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Aviva Agrees �5bn Deal To Buy Friends Life
Aviva confirms a Sky News report that it is buying Friends Life in a �5bn-plus deal that will reshape the pensions industry. 18:40, UK, Friday 21 November 2014.
Aviva in talks to buy Friends Life for �5.6bn  
UPDATE 1-Aviva agrees terms to buy Friends Life for 5.6 bln stg  
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