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Hitachi to Buy Majority Stake in ABB's Power Grid Arm for $6.4 bn

Japan's Hitachi on Monday announced plans to buy a majority stake in the power grid business of Swiss-Swedish engineering giant ABB(ASEA Brown Boveri) for USD 6.4 billion, in what would be its biggest ever buyout.

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Updated:December 17, 2018, 3:29 PM IST
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Hitachi to Buy Majority Stake in ABB's Power Grid Arm for $6.4 bn
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Tokyo: Japan's Hitachi on Monday announced plans to buy a majority stake in the power grid business of Swiss-Swedish engineering giant ABB(ASEA Brown Boveri) for USD 6.4 billion, in what would be its biggest ever buyout.The deal would make Hitachi the world's largest power grid company, local media said.

Under the plan, ABB will spin off its power grid unit, for which Hitachi will buy an 80.1 per cent stake for 704 billion yen in early 2020, the Japanese company said in a statement. "We plan to buy the remaining shares so that Hitachi can make the unit its wholly owned company," a spokesman said without disclosing, how much that would cost.

ABB's power grid unit makes and operates infrastructure including power transmission equipment and control systems in numerous countries. The deal would also make Hitachi the world's second-largest heavy electrical equipment maker by revenue, behind only General Electric, according to local media.

The Nikkei business daily first reported the planned deal last Thursday however, Hitachi shares have since dropped 2.5 per cent. Ratings agency Standard & Poor's said the power transmission and distribution business is growing globally, with service solutions a particularly promising But "the business' profitability can be volatile, depending on how well a company manages projects related to equipment delivery", it added

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