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Coronavirus takes toll on global M&A as $1 billion deals disappear

Reuters Monday, 20 April 2020
For the first time since September 2004, no merger and acquisition deal worth more than $1 billion was announced worldwide last week, according to data provider Refinitiv, as the new coronavirus stifles global M&A.
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