FEATURES - Review-Preview - A slowing economy, tougher bank credit, and a limp stock market will make it harder to do mergers and acquisitions in 2001 than in the prior decade. But dealmakers expect that with innovative structures, reduced purchase prices, and relentless pressures for companies to meet strategic needs, a good number of transactions will be done.
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