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Report: Nvidia likely to receive EU approval for Mellanox acquisition

Nvidia Corp. is expected to secure an unconditional approval from the European Union antitrust regulators for its $6.9 billion acquisition of Mellanox Technologies Ltd., Reuters reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

The European Commission is slated to decide on the matter by Dec. 19.

Nvidia earlier said it did not offer EU any regulatory concessions for the proposed deal.

The U.S. already greenlit the proposed transaction, while the companies are still waiting for regulatory approval from China.