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Stockland’s $2.2bn takeover offer too low, says Australand

Published on May 11th, 2014

Australian property company rejects advance and refuses access to its books  Australian property company Stockland has had a A$2.4bn ($2.2bn) all shares takeover bid for rival Australand rebuffed. Stockland bid…

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