Apr 07, 2016

The world in brief, April 7th 2016 | Espresso

The American Department of Justice filed a lawsuit to block the takeover of Baker Hughes, a big oilfield-services firm, by Halliburton, an even bigger one. American authorities say the $25 billion deal, which had also drawn fire from antitrust regulators in Europe, would “eliminate vital competition, skew energy markets and harm American consumers”. The companies vowed to contest the suit....

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