Is William Demant’s offer for Audika too rich?
This article was originally published in Clinica
William Demant, one of the biggest hearing aid manufacturers and wholesalers, is proposing to acquire Audika, a French retailer of these products, for €168m. In doing so, the Danish company has been questioned as to whether its offer is overly generous.
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