Billion, Afterpay Ltd, Australia, Company Square Inc

Billion, Afterpay Ltd

Square to buy Australia's Afterpay for US$29 billion

Square to buy Australia's Afterpay for US$29 billion

2/8/2021 1:17:00 AM

Square to buy Australia 's Afterpay for US$29 billion

U.S. fintech company Square Inc said on Monday it had agreed to purchase Australia n buy now/pay later firm Afterpay Ltd for about US$29 billion.

02 Aug 2021 05:50AMShare this contentBookmarkREUTERS: (Reporting by Shashwat Awasthi; Editing by Chris Reese) Read more: CNA »

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