LISBON, Portugal – A general assembly of Banco Portugues do Investimento has approved changes to shareholder voting rights that clear the path for a 1.62 billion euro ($1.8 billion) takeover by Spain's Caixabank.
The Portuguese bank said the meeting Wednesday approved voting changes being sought by Caixabank.
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