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Divestments by percentage

IN A NUTSHELL: How much has UMG been forced to sacrifice in order to gain EU approval of its $1.9 billion acquisition of EMI Music? Here’s what the situation looks like in terms of percentages. Universal is required to sell businesses contributing 60% of EMI's revenue in Europe, or around 350 million ($457 million). These assets represent 30% of EMI’s global revenue, but just 10% of the companies' combined revenue. Universal cannot reacquire the divested assets. And European law requires all the assets to be sold within six months. For UMG, the big question has to do with how much of this outlay it will get back from the selling off of assets. (9/21a)

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