EU: EU extends probe into Suedzucker's ED&F Man deal

By Dean Best | 19 January 2012

The European Commission has extended its investigation into a move from German sugar giant Südzucker to buy a stake in UK-based trader ED&F Man.

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The European Commission has extended its investigation into a move from German sugar giant Südzucker to buy a stake in UK-based trader ED&F Man.

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