STOCKHOLM, March 26 (Reuters) - Hedge fund Elliott Management on Thursday said it owned a 7.5 percent stake in Swedish surveillance camera maker Axis, potentially raising pressure on Japan's Canon to raise its bid for the firm.
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* Follows Canon offer for Swedish firm at 50 pct premium (Updates with company announcement)
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TOKYO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Canon Inc made a 23.6 billion-Swedish-crown ($2.83 billion) offer for network video surveillance leader Axis AB on Tuesday -- the biggest purchase ever for the Japanese firm trying to expand beyond a shrinking camera market.
* Deal to help Canon expand in growing surveillance market (Adds analyst on potential rivals, updates Axis share price)
* Says board of directors of axis has based on a financial short and mid-term perspective concluded to unanimously recommend that shareholders of axis accept public offer made by canon
TOKYO, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Japan's Canon Inc said on Tuesday that it is launching a tender offer to buy all of Sweden's Axis AB for about 23.6 billion crowns, or about 333.7 billion yen ($2.8 billion).
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