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“Engineering company Greaves Cotton Ltd said on Wednesday it has signed definitive agreements to acquire a majority stake in electric two-wheeler maker Ampere Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai-headquartered Greaves Cotton will initially acquire 67% of Coimbatore-based Ampere for Rs 77 crore. It may buy another 13% for Rs 75.5 crore after three years, it said in a stock-exchange filing.” reported VCCircle.

“Wipro has won its largest information technology (IT) outsourcing contract, valued at $1.6bn over 10 years from Alight Solutions, the former benefits administration and human-resources outsourcing business of Aon,” reported Mint.

“Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) on Monday said it has agreed to buy ‘Adityaa Milk’ ice cream brand from Karnataka-based Vijaykant Dairy and Food Products Ltd for an undisclosed amount aiming a larger slice of the fragmented ice cream market in India. HUL, which already sells ice creams under the Kwality Wall’s, Magnum and Cornetto brands, has signed an agreement with Vijaykant Dairy to buy ice cream and frozen dessert business of the company along with its front-end distribution across Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa and Kerala where the company has presence,” reported Mint.

“Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, today announced that its board has approved the sale of its defence business to Tata Advance Systems Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons at an enterprise value of Rs2,230 crore,” Mint reported in May.

Bangalore-based Silicon and Beyond, leading provider of high-speed SerDes technology used in data intensive applications such as machine learning, cloud computing, and networking, has been acquired by US-headquarterd Synopsys for an undisclosed amount, as per the press release by Synopsys.

Germany-based machine joining components manufacturer NORMA Group SE have acquired 100% stake in Indian water management firm Kimplas Piping Systems for an undisclosed amount, as reported by VC Circle and The Hindu Business Line. The deal was closed on July 5, 2018 reported Business Insider.

In one of the largest in-bound investments in eastern India this year, Austrian film-based flexible packaging manufacturer, Constantia Flexibles have completed the acquisition of a majority shareholding in Kolkata-based Creative Polypack for an undisclosed sum, making it India’s third largest flexible packaging company also gaining a stronger footprint in the HPC market, reported The Hindu.

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