MOSCOW, Nov 24 (Reuters) - German carmaker Daimler may buy an additional 15 percent stake in Kamaz from Troika Dialog to get a blocking stake in the loss-making Russian truckmaker, Vedomosti paper reported on Tuesday. Traders and analysts have said greater involvement from Daimler would boost performance and save Russia's largest truckmaker from coming under state control. Daimler and investment firm Troika Dialog, which owns 44 percent of Kamaz's shares, are in talks over the possible ...
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