KKR to sell Korea-based KCFT to SK Group affiliate for $1 billion

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(Reuters) – U.S. private equity investor KKR & Co Inc said on Wednesday it is selling Korea-based KCF Technologies (KCFT) to SKC, an affiliate of South Korean conglomerate SK Group, for 1.19 trillion won ($1 billion).

KKR bought KCFT, which makes foils and flexible copper clad laminates used in lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicle applications, from its Asian Fund III in 2017.

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