Senior corporate executives predict that merger and acquisition activity in 2006 will surpass last year's performance and remain strong across several industry sectors, according to a new survey from KPMG LLP.

The survey also revealed executives that many acknowledged that their companies face several hurdles in closing those deals, including unrecorded liabilities at the target company and poor pre- and post-deal planning.

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