UK dot-com Skyscanner scooped up by China's Ctrip in £1.4bn deal

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UK dot-com Skyscanner scooped up by China's Ctrip in £1.4bn deal

China's largest online travel company scoops up Skyscanner

British online travel company Skyscanner is to be acquired by China's Ctrip in a deal that values the company at around £1.4bn. Originally set-up as a flight-price comparison website in 2003, today...

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