(Reuters) - Photo-sharing service Shutterfly Inc <SFLY.O> said there were no competing bids for Eastman Kodak Co's <EKDKQ.PK> online photo services business that Shutterfly is set to buy for $23.8 million.
Eastman agreed to sell the business to Shutterfly last month, kicking off the bankrupt photography pioneer's relaunch as a slimmer company.
The companies plan to close the deal following final approval by the bankruptcy court, Shutterfly said in a statement on Wednesday.
(Reporting by Sayantani Ghosh in Bangalore; Editing by Don Sebastian)
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