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Blog, Enterprise IT - Monday, March 25, 2013 14:09 - 0 Comments
blog After a few months of speculation, it has emerged that the mystery bidder attempting to buy Perth-headquartered IT services firm ASG is Lockheed Martin, who informed readers may remember is currently making a major IT services push into Australia off the back of its massive $283 million desktop services contract with the Australian Taxation Office. Last week ASG said in a statement issued to the ASX:
“On 18th October 2012, ASG advised the market that a significant participant in the IT services market had approached ASG with an indicative, non-binding and conditional proposal to acquire all the shares in ASG at a price of $1.03 cash per share. The ASG Board now confirms that this participant was Lockheed Martin, a listed US-based global security, aerospace and information technology company.”
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