Praxair confirms talks about potential merger with Linde

Praxair confirms talks about a potential merger with Linde

7:20 AM, 17th August 2016
Praxair confirms talks about a potential merger with Linde

DANBURY, US: Praxair Inc has confirmed that it is currently in preliminary discussions with Linde AG regarding a potential merger. These discussions are ongoing and there can be no assurance that they will result in a transaction, or on what terms any transaction may occur. Praxair does not intend to comment further at this time.

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