Mergers and take-overs

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 22.10.2014, 11:01

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Eesti Meedia buys portals KV.ee and Osta.ee

Eesti Meedia buys portals KV.ee and Osta.ee

08.10.2014

Estonian media concern AS Eesti Meedia concluded last week an agreement with South African concern Naspers to acquire all parts of OÜ Allegro Baltics, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Internet, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Mergers and take-overs, Real Estate, Technology



Food Union acquires Estonian Premia Foods

Food Union acquires Estonian Premia Foods

06.10.2014

Today, on October 6, Food Union shareholder Andrey Beskhmelnitskiy signed an agreement to acquire Estonian Premia Foods ice cream and frozen goods business, reported BC Food Union PR consultant Linda Mezgaile.

Jurmalas namsaimnieks to be bought by Lithuanian company Busto valda

Jurmalas namsaimnieks to be bought by Lithuanian company Busto valda

01.10.2014

Latvian real estate management company Jurmalas namsaimnieks will be bought by Lithuania-registered Busto valda for EUR 2,959,461 – the starting price of the auction at which Jurmala company was sold, informs LETA.


Lithuanian Cgates buys 2 companies

Lithuanian Cgates buys 2 companies

29.09.2014

The Lithuanian cable operator Cgates has acquired two companies – UAB Ukmerges TV and UAB Rakarin for an undisclosed fee, broadbandtvnews.com said.

Alexela Energia buys Gasum Eesti

Alexela Energia buys Gasum Eesti

29.09.2014

On Friday, the transaction was completed, which made AS Alexela Energia the sole owner of AS Gasum Eesti, LETA/Delfi reports.

23.09.2014

Estonian textile business buys Qualitex from Tolaram

Estonian textiles industry businesswoman Kristi Täht's company K.Täht Holding OÜ bought from Tolaram Group the knit fabrics factory Qualitex AS, which operates in the Pärnumaa county, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

17.09.2014

The world's largest manufacturer of 3D printers buys Estonian start-up GrabCAD

On Tuesday, the Estonian start-up GrabCAD and the world's leading manufacturer of 3D printers and printing solutions Stratasys concluded contract for buying GrabCAD; according to Tech Crunch Portal, the transaction value is 100 million dollars, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

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