The Chinese / Ingram Micro Deal Has A Significant Chance of Being Killed (It Was Approved)

By John Honovich, Published Jul 18, 2016, 08:28pm EDT

A Chinese airline / shipping company buying a Western IT distributor? Sounds like a bad deal.

Nonetheless, earlier this year, Ingram negotiated a $6 billion all cash deal from the Chinese.

But now it is is trouble and, according to a China economic expert, has less than a 50% chance of closing. Inside, we provide detailed analysis of what is happening.

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Update: The Ingram Micro deal has closed. However, according to the Financial Times

Any noncore acquisition worth more than $1bn will now be refused regulatory approval, according to people who have seen documents on the new rules.

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