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Description of Safe Harbor. Explanation.




Definition Safe Harbor. Description.

A Safe Harbor is a management metaphor for a type of anti-takeover mechanism whereby the target company defends itself by acquiring a troublesome firm in order to raise the acquisition price and make its own acquisition by the hostile acquirer economically unattractive.

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