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Britų „Cineworld“ Perka JAV Konkurentę „Regal“

Britų kino teatrų tinklas „Cineworld“ perka savo didesniąją amerikiečių konkurentę „Regal“. Šiuo sandoriu būtų sukurtas antras didžiausias kino teatrų tinklas, skelbia antradienį abi bendrovės.

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Britų kino teatrų tinklas „Cineworld“ perka savo didesniąją amerikiečių konkurentę „Regal“. Šiuo sandoriu būtų sukurtas antras didžiausias kino teatrų tinklas, skelbia antradienį abi bendrovės.

Sandoriui, kuris leistų „Cineworld“ pirmą kartą prieiti prie pelningos JAV rinkos, sudaromas tuo metu, kai tradiciniai kino teatrai susiduria su itin didele konkurencija dėl paklausių srautinio vaizdų siuntimo paslaugų, kurias teikia „Amazon“ ir „Netflix“.

„Cineworld“ sumokės 2,7 mlrd. svarų (3,1 mlrd. eurų), praneša į Londono biržos prekybos sąrašus įtraukta bendrovė.

„Regal“… suteikia „Cineworld“ optimalią platformą, kuria remiantis galėsime tęsti savo augimo strategiją“, – sakė „Cineworld“ vykdomasis direktorius Mukis Graindingeris (Mooky Greindinger).

Naujoji jungtinė milžinė valdys 9542 kino ekranų dešimtyje šalių, įskaitant Jungtinę Karalystę, Airiją, Izraelį ir Lenkiją. Jeigu sandoris bus įgyvendintas, naujoji jungtinė bendrovė taptų antra didžiausia kino teatrų operatorė pagal ekranų skaičių po JAV įsikūrusios ir kinų valdomos „AMC Entertainment“.

Sandoriui dar turi pritarti akcininkai, nors jis jau sulaukė palaikymo iš didžiausių įmonės investuotojų.

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Prince Charles Tests Positive for Coronavirus

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The UK government can raise taxes

The government will be forced to borrow £ 63 billion, or £ 23 billion more, in the next financial year than projected in the latest government report.

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