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What is Forced Acquisition

This is where a company is taken over against the wishes of the current management. Normally achieved by acquiring enough shares to control the company and change the management structure. This process is normally very costly and the company’s management cannot stop it or are not prepared to do what is necessary to stop the takeover.

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