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General Electric Co. (GE), which two years ago paid an estimated $32 billion to combine Baker Hughes Inc. with its oil and gas unit to create a mammoth oilfield services enterprise, is fighting back after an accounting expert claimed the conglomerate has obfuscated financial issues and filed inaccurate reports with federal regulators.

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