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Click here to enlarge imageUS INDUSTRY SCOREBOARD 2/7 - The US Federal Trade Commission's attempt to halt the $26.8 billion merger of BP Amoco and ARCO is shaping up as the biggest oil antitrust legal battle since the government broke up Standard Oil nearly a century ago.Both sides have vowed a court battle that could go all the way to the US Supreme Court. As OGJ went to press, Richard Parker, director of the FTC's Bureau of Competition, said the government has every intention of entering court in San Francisco as early as Feb. 4 to halt the combine. However, company officials say they still hope some settlement can be reached to avoid a protracted court battle. On Feb. 2, the ...

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