China's Dalian Wanda to buy Swiss sports firm
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Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda will buy Swiss sports marketing firm Infront Sports & Media with a group of investors for $1.19bn (£780m).
Wanda will buy 68.2% of the firm from private equity company Bridgepoint, but it did not name the other shareholders.
Infront holds broadcasting rights to some of the world's biggest sporting events like the football World Cup.
The firm's chief executive is Philippe Blatter, nephew of Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
The Fifa president has faced criticism in the past for awarding Infront television rights for World Cups.
Wanda is one of China's biggest property developers and has made a series of high-profile acquisitions.
Last month, it made headlines for plans to invest $1bn in a property near Australia's Sydney Harbour, along with buying a 20% stake in Spanish football club Atletico Madrid for $52m.
The firm also owns US cinema chain AMC and luxury British yachtmaker Sunseeker.
The company is led by Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, who has pushed the firm's plans to expand overseas and diversify its business.(via BBC)