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Run: DLC!

18 September 2012 By Quentin Webb

If the duo can agree on a $45 billion tie-up, that should be a godsend for thumb-twiddling merger arbitrageurs. But political and security hurdles abound. Moreover, plans to create a “dual-listed” successor add an extra layer of risk for any arbs backing the deal.

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