*Focus Media had been target of short-seller Muddy Waters. HONG KONG, June 2- Focus Media Holding Ltd, one of several Chinese firms that delisted in the United States after short-seller attacks, is set to go public again via a reverse takeover in Shenzhen that values it at more than $7 billion, filings showed. The planned backdoor listing represents a doubling in...» Read More
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