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11 June 2020 By Dasha Afanasieva, Peter Thal Larsen

Two years after UK shareholders rejected plans to create a single parent company in Rotterdam, the $143 bln Anglo-Dutch giant is unifying around a London listing. Investors in the Netherlands will struggle to throw up the same obstacles. The payoff is more M&A flexibility.

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