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Using Merger Acquisition between Glaxo Wellcome (UK) - SmithKline Beecham discuss the following;

a. What are the pros and cons of merging or acquiring another company?

b. What are the factors used in determining the price paid

c. How can you determine whether or not the anticipated benefits were realized?

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a. What are the pros and cons of merging or acquiring another company?

Following are the pros and cons of merging or acquiring another company:
Pros:
(i) In order to share cost.
(ii) To increase efficiency.
(iii) To gain market power.
(iv) To expand ones business or get around different laws or regulations such as tax laws or monopoly regulations.
(v) To improve ...

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