Classified Merger…

Trader Classified Media merged its Spanish & Latin American Operations with Barcelona (Spain) based media group Anuntis for cash and shares. The partnership creates a one stop platform for national, regional and local advertising in more than 20 cities in Spain and Latin America. In Spain, the new company produces over 160 publications including Segundamano, Anuntis, Primerama, Mercado, Trajin, Laboris, Autocompra.net, laboris.net, Infojobs.net, coches.net and vivendum.com.

...With Implications for Latin America

Outside of Spain, the new company owns and operates buisnesses in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. David Gonzalez, CEO of Anuntis, commented. “The new company is the leading print business in automotive, real estate and employment advertising in Spain. The merger provides complementary opportunities to improve the quality and range of our products and dramatically grow our business.”


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