Russia's FAS approves purchase of 21 pct shares in Sollers-ISUZU JV by Sojitz Corporation

08-12-2015 | 11:10

Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) approved on Monday application of Sojitz Corporation to acquire 21 pct of voting shares in SOLLERS-ISUZU CJSC, which will bring its total voting shares to 26 pct

The application was filed on Nov. 13 and FAS determined that the deal will not lead to restriction of competition

SOLLERS-ISUZU is a joint venture of Russian Sollers and Isuzu Motors Limited

According to Sollers interim report as at June 30, 2015 it owned a 50 pct stake in SOLLERS-ISUZU


Источник: Reuters

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