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2015 Mergers, Acquisitions & Change in the Global Electronics Industry

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apek   6/4/2015 11:51:16 AM
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The Mergers and Acquisitions are very bad from a Macroeconomic perspective and ONLY the M&As between companies with complimentary portfolio cannot hurt economy as much as those with similar portfolio. The results will be observed by October 2015 on US economy.



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