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Unilever chief calls for tougher takeover safeguards

Published on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 07:14:02 PM in BBC

The boss of Unilever is calling for a strengthening of UK takeover rules to protect "national champions" after the consumer goods giant saw off a £115bn bid from Kraft Heinz.Paul Polman said that companies should have more time to defend themselves in the event of an ...

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