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    Hello everyone,

    I'm reading about M&A proposals at the moment and it seems that ALL the examples cited in books refer to very large, multi billion dollar acquisitions.

    But out of curiosity, what sums of money would be involved if a relatively small, local company acquires another small company?

    In other words, what sums of money are realistically involved in small M&A acquisitions? How small can M&A proposals get?

    Any size. Down to 0 and companies can be sold for negative sums as well.

    Depends on the accepted valuation of the target company.
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