The board member's Adcock Ingram Holdings, in South Africa, have voted against CFR Pharmaceuticals acquisition proposal.
Adcock Ingram Holdings largest shareholder said it won’t back a $1.2 billion takeover proposal from Chilean drugmaker CFR Pharmaceuticals SA saying it’s not in the investor’s best interests.
Adcock Ingram and CFR have entered into a transaction agreement of potential cash and shares offer by CFR for 100% acquisition of the issued ordinary share capital of Adcock Ingram.
A deal worth R12.6 billlion (approximately US$1.3 billion).
The proposed offer price is currently worth R75.92 per ordinary share based on the closing price of CFR shares on the Santiago Stock Exchange on 10 September 2013.
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