Agfa-Gevaert in Euros352m deal for healthcare IT firm GWI
This article was originally published in Clinica
Agfa-Gevaert, the Mortsel, Belgium-based imaging company, has agreed to pay Euros256.5m ($341m) up front as well as contingent payments of up to Euros95m to acquire GWI, a German firm that makes information systems for hospitals and clinics. Agfa said the deal should close at the beginning of 2005, subject to regulatory approval.
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