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Daikin Industries Ltd (6367.T)

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Mon, Nov 26 2018

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Japan's Daikin to buy Austria's AHT Cooling for $1 billion

TOKYO Japan's Daikin Industries Ltd said on Monday it would buy Austria-based AHT Cooling Systems for 881 million euros (780 million pounds) as it seeks global growth outside the maturing air-conditioning business in the developed world.

Japan's Daikin to buy Austria's AHT Cooling for $1 billion

TOKYO Japan's Daikin Industries Ltd said on Monday it would buy Austria-based AHT Cooling Systems for 881 million euros ($1 billion) as it seeks global growth outside the maturing air-conditioning business in the developed world.

UPDATE 1-Japan's Daikin to buy Austria's AHT Cooling for $1 bln

* Daikin shares end up 3.2 pct (Updates with announcement, background on Daikin's global expansion)

Japan's Daikin to buy Austria's AHT Cooling for about $885 mln

TOKYO, Nov 26 Japan's Daikin Industries Ltd said on Monday it plans to buy Austria-based AHT Cooling Systems for slightly more than 100 billion yen ($885 million), confirming a report in the Nikkei business daily.

Japan's Daikin, thriving in Asia and India, sets sights on Africa

TOKYO Daikin Industries, the world's largest maker of air conditioning equipment, is turning to Africa for further expansion, 10 years after a successful gamble on sharing its key technology with a Chinese company.

Japan's Daikin, thriving in Asia and India, sets sights on Africa

TOKYO Daikin Industries, the world's largest maker of air conditioning equipment, is turning to Africa for further expansion, 10 years after a successful gamble on sharing its key technology with a Chinese company.

FOCUS-Japan's Daikin, thriving in Asia and India, sets sights on Africa

TOKYO, Aug 21 Daikin Industries, the world's largest maker of air conditioning equipment, is turning to Africa for further expansion, 10 years after a successful gamble on sharing its key technology with a Chinese company.

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