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Baby steps

26 February 2015 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

The Spanish utility is paying $3 billion mostly in shares to merge its U.S. assets with much smaller listed UIL. The U.S. has greater growth potential than Spain, and the price isn’t cheap. But the small cash outlay makes this a relatively low-risk, if not transformational, deal. 

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