"We are disappointed. The company came to market almost three years ago. It has failed miserably to achieve any of its plans," said one institutional investor, who did not wish to be named.
They said they will listen to the proposal but added that they were "not impressed and distinctly underwhelmed" at this stage.
JP Morgan declined to comment yesterday.
The conglomerate floated
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