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Potash Corp makes new takeover overture to K+S AG, but comes up empty

FRANKFURT — Canadian mineral miner Potash Corp has made a fresh attempt to win over the management of takeover target K+S and the German regional state of Hesse, where it is headquartered, but failed to entice K+S into merger talks. 134 more words

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Regina lunch program receives $50 000 donation

REGINA – A generous corporate donation to a local program will help teach kids about the importance nutrition and teach them to prepare healthy meals for themselves. 107 more words

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Potash Corp. buying K+S AG far from a sure thing

The market may be factoring in a roughly 60-per-cent chance that Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan successfully acquires K+S AG, but at least one analyst thinks the odds are much lower. 321 more words

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China pounces on Canadian potash play

Source: Proactive Investors

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  • China’s Beijing Tairui Innovation Capital Management is reported as having made C$80 investment, 51%, in Western Potash Corp.  gaining control of the Canadian miner.
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German minister backs company's decision to reject Canadian takeover offer

Source: Financial Review

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  • A German regional minister gave his backing to potash miner K+S’s rejection of an $US8.8 billion-euro takeover bid by Canada’s Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, saying K+S should remain a German company; reasons cited: …
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K+S CEO warns of closures if Potash Corp buys company

The chief executive of K+S AG suspects Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. will shut down much of his company’s European production if it gains control of it. 702 more words

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K+S AG rejects takeover bid by Potash Corp. as too low

German potash supplier K+S AG rejected an takeover offer from Canadian fertilizer producer Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., saying the bid is too low.

“The proposed transaction does not reflect the fundamental value of K+S and is not in the best interest of the company,” the Kassel-based company said in a statement. 319 more words

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