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However much shareholders may agree that the board should immediately remove the current CEO, it is still a widely held belief that such matters should be handled delicately and discreetly so as to minimize the possibility that the company be looked upon unfavorably.

(A) However much shareholders may agree that
(B) Regardless that shareholders agree
(C) Despite the fact that shareholders agree
(D) Even though shareholders may agree
(E) Though there is agreement among shareholders that

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I will go with A.
Need 'that' after 'agree'. Looks similar to a OG question

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(A) However much shareholders may agree that

GMATT73, in the meantime what is the source of the questions you are posting? these questions are skillfully manipulated from the OG questions.

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however much, much as. Even though, no matter how much, as in As much as I hate to, I must stay home tonight
However much it hurts, you ought to admit you were wrong,
Much as Karen would love to see us, she can't get out of her prior commitment
so much as. In effect, nearly the same as, as in
Mom as much as told Jane she couldn't go,
The clerk so much as accused the customer of shoplifting.

These expressions intensify the meaning of the verb and indicate that the action is unexpected
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