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REFILE-Petronas bid not of net benefit - Canada minister
OTTAWA, Oct 22 - The Canadian government is not satisfied that the proposed $5.2 billion purchase of Canada's Progress Energy Resources Corp by Malaysia's Petronas is of net benefit to Canada, Industry Minister Christian Paradis said on Monday.
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UPDATE 3-Ally near deal to sell Canadian operations to RBC
* Deal could bring in at least $4 billion for Ally - source
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UPDATE 1-Icahn names former chief of Oshkosh unit to board slate
Oct 22 - Activist investor Carl Icahn named the first of a slate of directors he wants elected to the board of Oshkosh Corp, picking the former chief executive of an Oshkosh unit that Icahn would like to see spun off.
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Private equity-owned company ups the ante in dispute with U.S.
NEW YORK, Oct 22 - American Petroleum Tankers LLC (APT), the shipping company that has alleged U.S. government discrimination because of its private equity ownership, said it would order two new tankers should its $340 million loan guarantee application be approved.
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UPDATE 2-Toyota Industries to buy Cascade for $759 mln
* Cascade shares rise nearly 18 pct, just under offer price
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UPDATE 5-Russia's Rosneft beefs up with TNK-BP purchase
* BP's Rosneft stake will rise to 19.75 percent with 2 board seats
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Canada PM says policy framework for takeovers coming soon
OTTAWA, Oct 22 - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pressed over the shock decision to block a bid by Malaysia's Petronas for Progress Energy, on Monday said his government would unveil a set of guidelines for foreign investments.
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RPT-Ally near deal to sell Canadian operations to RBC-report
Oct 22 - Ally Financial Inc, the U.S. auto lender 74 percent owned by the U.S. Treasury, is near a deal to sell its Canadian operations to Royal Bank of Canada for more than $4 billion, CNBC reported on Monday.
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Ally near deal to sell Canadian operations to RBC-report
Oct 22 - Ally Financial Inc, the U.S. auto lender 74 percent owned by the U.S. Treasury, is near a deal to sell its Canadian operations to Royal Bank of Canada for more than $4 billion, CNBC reported on Monday.
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Commerzbank puts custodian business on the block - sources
FRANKFURT, Oct 22 - Germany's second biggest lender Commerzbank has mandated UBS to help it sell its custodian business, two people familiar with the transaction told Reuters.
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FINANCE: DEALTALK-Rocky industry complicates Telecom Italia Media sale
TECHNOLOGY: UPDATE 4-Ancestry.com to be acquired by Permira-led group for $1.6 bln
HEALTHCARE: Pfizer to buy maker of attention-deficit drug for $255 mln
CONSUMER: UPDATE 2-Duty Free Shopping founder sells Squadron to FLAG Capital-sources
ENERGY: UPDATE 3-Siemens in talks to sell solar business
INDUSTRIALS: Toyota Industries to buy Cascade for $728 mln
AMERICAS: UPDATE 3-Ally near deal to sell Canadian operations to RBC
EUROPE: UPDATE 5-Russia's Rosneft beefs up with TNK-BP purchase
ASIA: REFILE-Petronas bid not of net benefit - Canada minister
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