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Capgemini buys iGATE at USD 4 Billion

Bengaluru, April 27: IT major Capgemini on Monday announced that it has acquired iGATE for USD 4 Billion. The deal could be considered as the major merger in the IT industry.

The deal was final after the approval from the shareholders of the iGATE, the IT firm headquartered in New Jersy, US.

With the fresh acquisition, Capegemini will have new clients including General Electric and Royal Bank of Canada.

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