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Sika investors try to thwart Saint-Gobain takeover attempt

December 26, 2014
Chemical Value Chain
A group of minority shareholders has launched a last-ditch attempt to prevent the French industrial group Saint-Gobain from buying its family-controlled Swiss rival Sika without making a bid for the whole company.
 
> Read the full article on the Financial Times website
 
James Shotter in Zurich and Michael Stothard in Paris
 

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