* Other companies unlikely to pay a Magna-like premium * In 2005 around 20-25 pct of TSX stocks were dual-class * Most Canada dual-class stocks don't trade at discount By John McCrank TORONTO, June 27 (Reuters) - Magna International Inc's plan to pay Frank Stronach an enormous premium to give up control of the company he founded is a special case that's unlikely to set a trend among dual-class listed companies. To be sure, a who's who of Canadian companies are set up much like ...
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