WALTHAM, MASS--Primark's share price has halved over the past year from approximately $42 per share to just above $20 per share last week (see chart below). Industry observers say that the lower share price could spark interest from several parties that may be interested in acquiring Primark.
Several organizations had looked at Primark when it put itself up for sale in December of 1997, but the resulting bids were not substantial enough to entice Primark to sell. At the time, Primark's share
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