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Avery Dennison Corporation (NYSE:AVY) announced today that the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has granted early termination of the Hart-Scott-Rodino waiting period for the company’s proposed sale of its Office and Consumer Products (OCP) and Designed and Engineered Solutions (DES) businesses to CCL Industries Inc. (TSX:CCL.A)(TSX:CCL.B).
The companies will continue to work toward closing and expect to complete the sale in mid-2013.
About Avery Dennison
Avery Dennison (NYSE:AVY) is a global leader in labeling and packaging materials and solutions. The company’s applications and technologies are an integral part of products used in every major market and industry. With operations in more than 50 countries and 30,000 employees worldwide, Avery Dennison serves customers with insights and innovations that help make brands more inspiring and the world more intelligent. Headquartered in Pasadena, California, the company reported sales from continuing operations of $6 billion in 2012. Learn more at
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