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7 April 2014 By Chris Hughes

Mega-mergers usually have every bank in town advising, led by local names. Holcim’s tie-up with Lafarge is different. The Swiss company is using one bank, a U.S. firm. Independents lead the French side. It’s good for investors: they’ll have more unconflicted research on the deal.

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