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5 September 2017 By Alec Macfarlane

The group is set to sell nearly $13 bln of shares, in a follow-on to 2015’s blockbuster IPO. The stock looks cheap and pays a big dividend. But growth is mediocre and the shares have underperformed since the original listing. Investors should be able to push hard on price.

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