Asia Pacific Leveraged Finance - news in brief, August 8, 2008

  • 07 Aug 2008

Australia

Ports and rail operator Asciano has rejected a TPG-led bid worth A$2.9bn saying that it "did not reach the mark" and refused to grant access to its books.TPG is working alongside Global Infrastructure Finance, a joint venture between General Electric and Credit Suisse, on an offer of A$4.40 ...

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