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GOVERNORS OF MARYLAND AND DELAWARE SEEK ASSURANCES

Political noise and criticisms start to ramp up in Pfizer's bid for Astrazeneca

By Nuala Moran
Staff Writer

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
LONDON – The political noise around Pfizer Inc.'s proposed £53 billion (US$107 billion) takeover of Astrazeneca plc is intensifying, with the governors of Maryland and Delaware seeking assurances that Astrazeneca jobs and facilities in their states will be protected, and Michigan Senator Carl Levin upping the pressure to close the tax loophole that underpins the rationale for Pfizer's bid.

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