Carlyle sells Kbro, Taiwan Mobile is willing to pay a record sum

Carlyle agreed to sell Kbro for $ 1.25 billion

In brief: The greatest deal emerged in Asia, one of the leading companies - Taiwan Mobile is ready to pay $ 1.25 billion for Kbro.

The U.S. investment company Carlyle Group has agreed to sell Taiwan’s largest cable operator Kbro for T $ 40 billion ($ 1.25 billion).

Purchaser will make controlling shareholder of the company Taiwan Mobile, which will also assume debt Kbro the amount of T $ 20 billion experts and analysts have repeatedly stated that the transaction amount can not exceed $ 1.15 billion, but Taiwan Mobile expects to receive super-profits in the next few years, hence the transaction price looks justified and appropriate for the Taiwanese operator.

Igor Tringlers
2010-07-26 16:03, Economics.

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