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22 March 2007 By Rob Cox

In reality, the answer is whatever investors caught up in their fervour to own a slice of the buyout leader will be willing to pay for it. But the firm s IPO filing for the first time offers a roadmap for a more measured valuation. Something close to $25bn looks about right.

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