CEE distribution giant ABC Data is facing doubts over whether its sale to Switzerland-based rival ALSO will even go ahead, due to shareholder tension over the deal. CPI has learned that the deal has been racked with shareholder push-back over the terms of the deal and a lack of communication from the EU's anti-monopoly body over whether the sale is viable. In an ABC Data shareholder's meeting on 6 February, minority shareholder PZU Pension Company voted against ALSO's takeover bid. A source told...
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