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Glasshouse

29 November 2006 By Pierre Briancon

The E33bn conglomerate looks ripe for a breakup. But private equity would find it hard given management hostility and political opposition. But Lafarge, which has a better track record than its French rival, might be able to pull off the trick in alliance with other investors.

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