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PRH Completes Santillana Acquisition

Posted at 6:28AM Wednesday 02 Jul 2014

Penguin Random House has announced the completion of its purchase of Spanish-language publisher Santillana Ediciones Generales, the trade book publishing business, from Santillana, the trade book-publishing business majority-owned by PRISA.

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