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Profit potential is one motive for carrying out a merger or acquisition. A merger is said to have profit potential if the shareholders believe that either the acquiring firm, the acquired firm or both anticipate greater profits as a result of the merger.

Profit potential can emerge as a result of greater revenues or lower operating costs after the merger is completed.

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