Foreign takeovers need clarity from Europe
Mario Mariniello ()
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The Issue- foreign takeovers are often a source of concern for national governments. Concerns might be of a strategic nature (for example in cases of deals in the defence sector) or of a more economic nature. In these cases,the public perception is often that a foreign investor, being less physically or psychologically attached to the host country, could more easily take decisions that would harm the economy, such as downgrading the...
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