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Nasdaq-listed Sina accepts higher $2.6bn buyout bid from CEO

Chinese internet pioneer, traded in US since 2000, to go private

HONG KONG -- Sina, the Chinese company behind the popular Twitter-like microblog Weibo, said on Monday that its board accepted an updated go-private offer by Chairman and CEO Charles Chao that values the company at $2.59 billion, slightly higher than previously proposed.

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