Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:55 Posted by Parvez Jabri SEOUL: South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday that it will buy back 2.2 trillion won ($1.99 billion) worth of its own shares in order to stabilise ... Business Recorder, 1 hour ago
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In the latest shakeout, affiliates including Samsung Electronics will sell a 32.4% stake in defence firm Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Corp. for 840 billion won, the group said in a statement. Photo: Reuters Seoul: South Korea's Samsung Group said on ...Livemint.com, 4 hours ago Samsung to sell 4 affiliates to Hanwha Korea Times, 6 hours ago Samsung Group says to sell four units to Hanwha Group for $1.7 billion (Reuters) West Australian, 8 hours ago Samsung to Sell Chemical, Defense Units Stakes for $1.7 Billion Bloomberg, 8 hours ago
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Samsung Electronics said Tuesday it has joined hands with U.S. medical equipment company Thermo Fisher Scientific to cooperate on the diagnostics business and target the global medical equipment market. The medical equipment business is one of five ...Korea Joongang Daily, 16 hours ago Samsung joins forces with U.S. medical device firm Yonhap News Agency, 1 day ago
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