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Dufry to buy Italy's World Duty Free in 2.6 billion pound deal
MILAN (Reuters) - Switzerland's Dufry (DUFN.S) has agreed to buy a majority stake in World Duty Free (WDF.MI) in a deal which values the Italian firm at 3.6 billion euros (2.6 billion pounds) and will make the combined group the world's biggest travel retailer.
Dufry Nears Deal for World Duty Free  
UPDATE 2-Dufry to buy Italy's World Duty Free in $3.8 bln deal  
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