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Mexican regulators approve Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern deal

·1 min read

CALGARY — Mexican regulators have given their approval to Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s deal to buy U.S. railway Kansas City Southern.

The railways say the deal has received the OK from the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission and the Mexican Federal Telecommunications Institute.

Calgary-based Canadian Pacific has agreed to buy KCS in a deal valued at US$31 billion, including the assumption of US$3.8 billion of debt.

CP and KCS shareholders are scheduled to vote on the proposed transaction on Dec. 8 and 10, 2021, respectively.

Canadian Pacific expects a review of the deal by the U.S. Surface Transportation Board to be complete in the fourth quarter of next year.

The U.S. regulator has already approved the use of a voting trust for the transaction that allows KCS shareholders to receive payment after shareholders of both companies approve the deal but before it receives final approval.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 26, 2021.

Companies in this story: (TSX:CP)

The Canadian Press

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