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Corporate defence mechanisms

Japanese companies test defences to hostile takeovers Directors of Japanese companies are starting to consider corporate defence mechanisms such as allying with friendly third parties and using poison pills to block a hostile takeover bid. By Laurent Develle and Etsuo Doi

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