Hitachi-Mitsubishi merger talks crumbling: sources (Reuters)
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Hitachi-Mitsubishi merger talks crumbling: sources (Reuters)

Tōkyō : Japan | Aug 04, 2011 at 9:02 PM PDT
Source: Turks and Caicos Free Press
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Hitachi Ltd (6501.T) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (7011.T) are ready to walk away from merger talks, sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday, dashing hopes for a groundbreaking marriage of two of Japan's oldest conglomerates. The suspension of talks comes after news first surfaced... FULL ARTICLE AT Turks and Caicos Free Press
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