While Norfolk Southern last week rejected an unsolicited $28.1 billion acquisition offer by Canadian Pacific, saying that CP’s indication of interest is “grossly inadequate, creates substantial regulatory risks and uncertainties that are highly likely to be overcome,” CP today offered up a rebuttal in explaining why a proposed deal would greatly benefit both Class I railroad carriers.
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