Japan Tobacco to buy tobacco business of Bangladesh’s Akij for $1.5 billion

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan Tobacco Inc (2914.T) said on Monday it had agreed to buy the tobacco business of Akij Group, Bangladesh’s second-biggest tobacco company, for about 124.3 billion BDT ($1.48 bil…
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