ABN Amro on Tuesday scrapped its $12 billion bid for Belgium's largest bank, citing opposition from the target's board and an unfavorable regulatory environment.

The Dutch banking company, which launched its bid for Generale de Banque on May 26, retreated after being dealt a series of setbacks by both the target and by rival bidder Fortis Group.

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