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Report: Thomas Cook's Indian Unit Gets Buyout Bids

Thomas Cook Group Plc (TCG.L) is getting interest from buyout firms including Carlyle Group LP and KKR & Co. (KKR: Quote) for its Indian currency-exchange business, the Sunday Times reported.

As many as 10 bidders are vying for the unit, which has a market value of 167 million pounds, according to the newspaper.

by RTT Staff Writer

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