Fujifilm will spend on strategic acquisitions 4.54 billion dollars in three years
Sources report that Fujifilm intends within three years to spend on strategic acquisitions to 4.54 billion. This is due to the company’s commitment to go beyond their business, which is already quite a long period shows a decline of indicators.
For example, in December, the Japanese announced the acquisition of 71% stake in the company Wako Pure Chemical Industries, a member of the Corporation Takeda Pharmaceutical. This company is engaged in production of chemicals for medical purposes. The amount of the transaction amounted to 1.3 billion dollars.
In addition, Fujifilm claimed the company Toshiba Medical Systems, but it eventually bought the Canon. This shows that Fujifilm intends to concentrate forces on the healthcare industry.