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Wed, Nov. 26, 2:37 AM
- Just a day after it was revealed that Samsung Electronics (OTC:SSNLF, OTC:SSNGY) is planning a major management shake-up next month, Samsung has announced that it will sell controlling stakes in its chemical and defense units for 1.9T won ($1.7B).
- Samsung affiliates, including Samsung Electronics, will sell a combined 57.6% stake in Samsung General Chemicals and a 32.4% stake in Samsung Techwin to Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group.
- Update: Samsung will buy back shares valued at 2.19T won ($2B) following the sale.
Wed, Nov. 19, 6:20 AM
- Samsung Heavy Industries (OTC:SMSHF) and Samsung Engineering have scrapped plans to merge after facing a large bill to buy back shares from shareholders opposed to the deal. The merger had been valued at 2.5T won ($2.3B).
- Samsung Heavy says it will now seek other ways to find synergies with Samsung Engineering in offshore plant construction and expanding its global market presence.
- Previously: Samsung continues group-wide restructuring
Mon, Sep. 1, 6:12 AM
- In another round of Samsung restructuring, Samsung Heavy Industries (OTC:SMSHF) will absorb Samsung Engineering in a 2.5T won ($2.5B) deal.
- Under the terms of the transaction, Samsung Heavy will issue around 94M new shares to Samsung Engineering shareholders at 26,972 won per share.
- Samsung's restructuring has accelerated since the May hospitalization of the group's chairman Lee Kun-hee, and has sparked investor speculation to the group's succession.
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