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17 May 2007 By Hugo Dixon

When Mittal bought the company, shareholders got 11 shares for every 7 they held. Those who didn t tender are now being forced to take 8. That s not as unfair as it looks. At the time of the takeover, Mittal was pretty clear what it would do with the rump.

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