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Kvaerner CEO weighs acquisitions

Kvaerner, part of Aker Group, is considering throwing money into acquisitions, reports Norwegian media E24. Dividend payments could be in store for shareholders as well.

Norwegian yard and offshore group Kvaerner is prepared to spend some of its major savings on acquisitions.

During a first quarter interim presentation for 2017, the company stated that it has about NOK 3 billion (EUR 318 million) on the books.

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