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Primary Health Care is considering making an offer for SymbionHealth, Australia’s biggest medical-care company, that may top a$2.8 billion agreed takeover by Healthscope. (The Age — 4 September, 2007)
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HEALTHSCOPE, the Australian hospital owner bidding $2.8 billion forSymbion Health, has rejected a proposal from Primary Health Care tobuy some of the target’s pathology assets. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September, 2007)
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Primary’s Symbion stake could block Healthscope
Primary’s Symbion stake could block Healthscope

Healthscope, which is bidding $2.8 billion for Symbion Health, saysit has not held talks with Primary Health Care. (The Age — 6 September, 2007)
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Hospitals operator Healthscope has confirmed it has received andrejected an unsolicited confidential proposal from Primary HealthCare for some of the assets of Symbion Health. (The Age — 7 September, 2007)
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THE hospital operator Healthscope, which has offered $2.86 billionto merge with Symbion Health, says a rival, Primary Health Care, isinterested in Symbion’s pathology assets in NSW. (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September, 2007)
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Primary Health Care said it is considering a joint bid forhealthcare firm Symbion Health, but the target is sticking by a$2.9 billion offer from rival Healthscope. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September, 2007)
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Primary Health Care said it is considering a joint bid forhealthcare firm Symbion Health, challenging an agreed $2.9 billionoffer from rival Healthscope. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September, 2007)
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