AUSTRALIA: Billabong opens books to TPG Capital
By Petah Marian | 27 July 2012
Billabong has agreed to open its books to private equity firm TPG Capital, but said it does not believe the AU$694m bid reflects the "fundamental value" of the Australian surfwear brand.
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