FMC Technologies and Technip Shareholders to Vote On Merger in December

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Houston-based FMC Technologies said this week that Technip and FMC’s respective shareholders will vote on Dec. 5 to approve or deny the companies’ plan to merge. Earlier in May both companies announced their intentions to combine into a new firm, TechnipFMC, which will be valued at about $13 billion. Despite…

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