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July/August 2014

What threatens Europe's M&A celebrations

Dealmaking is bouncing back, driven by sustainable and strategic transactions. But the new risks inherent in large-cap deals could rain on Europe's M&A parade

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How Japan's insider trading regulations have changed deal terms: http://t.co/XEMduv1Jz9

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