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Global leader in mobility safety, US-based Key Safety Systems has completed the global acquisition of the bankrupt Japanese car safety systems maker Takata Corp. for $1.58 billion through a combination of equity and debt, to merge and form a combined entity re-branded as Joyson Safety Systems and is headquartered in Michigan, US, reported Economic Times. The deal earlier announced on June 25, 2017, was funded by a consortium led by Joyson Electronics and Asia-based PE firm PAG Asia capital and did not involve liabilities related to the recall of Takata’s ammonium nitrate airbag inflators.

Four Indian law firms are advising in world-record breaking sale of Indian unicorn Flipkart, the biggest domestic Amazon competitor, to Walmart.

“In a deal led by Reliance Jio Director Akash Ambani, Reliance Industries today signed an agreement for merging the digital music service Saavn with JioMusic to create a digital media platform with global reach having total value of over $1 billion,” reported PTI.

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