MILAN, May 21- Italian investment holding company Exor said on Thursday it would not raise its $6.8 billion takeover offer for PartnerRe but was willing to negotiate with the reinsurer if its board declared its offer superior to that of rival suitor Axis Capital Holdings. Bermuda- based PartnerRe said on Wednesday it was ready to talk to Exor, to see if there was...» Read More
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