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One of the least debated angles of DSV’s M&A chase has been why executives in Copenhagen have opted to offer Panalpina (PAN) shareholders about 20 years of core adjusted cash flows, pre-synergies, to sell out, after bidding low for Ceva Logistics.

Another is whether a different rationale should apply to either scenario.

So, let’s look at how a DSV + PAN versus DSV + Ceva would look and what kind of operating business lines risk the Danes want to dilute as a ...

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