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MEXICO CITY, May 6 (Reuters) - Shares in Mexican conglomerate Alfa fell nearly 5 percent on Wednesday, the day after the company made a take-over bid for oil producer Pacific Rubiales.
The Canadian oil and gas company said on Tuesday that Alfa and Harbour Energy Ltd had offered C$6.50 per share, valuing the oil and gas company at about C$2.05 billon ($2.08 billion).
Alfa shares dropped as the market opened, falling nearly 5 percent, but later paring gains to around 32.40 pesos per share.
Reporting by Miguel Angel Gutierrez