ZAANDAM, Netherlands -- Investor concerns about the potential bankruptcy of Ahold's Argentinean retail partner and possible changes in U.S. tax laws sent the stock of Ahold here down more than 11% in a single day's trading early last week. Although a company spokeswoman told SN that nothing had changed in the Argentinean situation and that it was too early to speculate on how a U.S. tax law change could affect the company, a U.K.-based equity analyst said the company was suffering from a ...
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