USA: Tyson/IBP: fight reaches the final rounds - COMMENT
Tyson has reentered merger negotiations with IBP after a US court ruling. The US's largest chicken producer is being forced to go ahead with its purchase of IBP. The court rejected Tyson's claims that it was mislead about potential accounting problems. While there are likely some benefits to Tyson in diversifying outside of the chicken industry, it may still not be the right company to turn IBP around.
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