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Media: Chinese company has its eyes on Aker subsidiary

Oil service firm Aker Solutions might be sold to a Chinese offshore company. According to a Norwegian media, the Chinese firm is currently negotiating an acquisition of the Aker company.

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A Chinese company could be underway to acquire the oil service company Aker Solutions, part of Norwegian Aker Group.

China Offshore Oil Engineering Company (COOEC) is allegedly negotiating a sale of Aker Solutions, reports Dagens Næringsliv citing an article in industry media Upstream.

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