FRANKFURT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Daimler reaffirmed its position that the maker of luxury Mercedes-Benz cars has no interest in acquiring other brands such as GM's Opel, which could immediately give it a sizeable share of the small car market. "A takeover of Opel is not on the agenda. That also goes for Volvo or Saab," Daimler management board member Thomas Weber told Reuters. Just as GM is looking for new investors for its European brands Opel and Saab, Ford is also shopping around its ...
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