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Japan's Kuraray to buy Calgon Carbon for $1.1 bln

September 21, 2017
Energy & Chemical Value Chain

Japanese chemical manufacturer Kuraray Co Ltd will buy U.S. activated carbon firm Calgon Carbon Corp for $1.107 billion, Kuraray said on Thursday, adding the carbon materials firm as one of its core businesses.

Kuraray said it would buy all of Calgon Carbon’s shares for $21.50 each, making the Pittsburgh-based company a wholly-owned subsidiary. It said it planned to complete the debt-funded acquisition – which is subject to shareholder and regulatory approval – within the year.

By Thomas Wilson

Source: Reuters

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