18 December 2012 16:50 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--US engineering and construction group Shaw on Tuesday urged its shareholders to approve a deal valued about $2bn (€1.5bn) under which energy and petrochemicals engineering firm CB&I will acquire Shaw.
CB&I is offering $46/share to Shaw shareholders, representing a 72% premium to Shaw's share price on 27 July, the last trading day before the merger agreement was announced, Shaw said.
“Shaw’s board of directors believes this merger agreement provides the best value to all Shaw shareholders and recommends shareholders vote for the proposal to adopt the merger agreement,” said Shaw’s CEO, JM Bernhard Jr.
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In August, Shaw sold its energy and petrochemicals engineering business to
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