- Dana has increased the cash element of consideration by
$140 million(£100 million), representing an 8.6 percent increase in the cash consideration and delivering further value to GKN shareholders.
- Dana will double the size of its share repurchase program to
$200 million(£145 million). The company expects to use its share repurchase program to support liquidity in all markets for Dana shares following the merger.
As a result, the total cash consideration is approximately
"The increase in our share repurchase program illustrates further confidence in our ability to unlock the value of this combination, including
Dana plans to repurchase its shares in the open markets or through privately negotiated transactions funded through continued cash generation and liquidity. Pursuant to this program expiring
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