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Deutsche Post to partially privatise

German-owned post office Deutsche Post is to be valued at up to £15bn (26bn euros) after partial privatisation next month.

Europe&#39s largest logistics group will set the final price on November 19 with trading in Frankfurt starting the following day.

Deutsche Post are keen to attract private investors and are offering a discount of 0.5 euro-per-share to those applying before November 10.

HSBC will be dealing with applications from Britain.

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