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After Fresenius´ bid to takeover hospital operator Rhön-Klinikum failed as not all of the 90% of the shareholders supported the deal, the conditions for a second takeover attempt have become considerably cheaper. Apparently, ten representatives on the Supervisory Board of Rhön declared their willingness to withdraw from the body and thus make room for Fresenius representatives. This would mean that Fresenius could secure the necessary impact on the company’s business, without having the necessary 90% of shares as in accordance with the statutes.

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