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Unilever in 2.27b euro deal for Korean cosmetics maker

Consumer-goods giant will buy Carver Korea from shareholders including Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital

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UNILEVER agreed to buy a South Korean cosmetics maker for 2.27 billion euros (S$3.6 billion) to gain a stronger foothold in the world's fourth-largest skincare market.

Unilever will buy Carver Korea, maker of AHC skincare products, from shareholders including Goldman Sachs

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