August 2005
Lawyer;8/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p9
Trade Publication
Presents trends and developments corporate transactions and agreements in Great Britain. Details of the corporate relationship of Allen & Overy with its Icelandic retail investor Baugur; Success of MG Rover Group Ltd. in landing Nanjing Automobile Group and Phoenix Venture Holdings Ltd. as client.


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