FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's Aabar took a step towards exiting its investment in electric car maker Tesla after partner Daimler confirmed it transferred direct control of a 3.1 percent stake in Tesla back to the sovereign wealth fund. One person familiar with the situation said that Aabar would likely cash in on its stake, bought together with Daimler before Tesla went public. "Daimler was informed very early and at their request we transferred their part of the jointly held ...
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