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The fourth Spanish fortune will hold 3.3% of mega merger Glencore-Xstrata

MADRID | The Spanish newspaper Expansión on Wednesday published that 48- year old Daniel Maté, from Guipuzkoa and with a degree in Law and Economics from the University of Deusto, will become the largest shareholder of the mining and raw materials giant that will result from the biggest merger ever agreed in this sector. Maté now has 6.03% of Glencore, which will become 3.31% of the merged entity, after having purchased a…