FRANKFURT, Aug 15 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler is planning to hand over the operations of heavy diesel engine unit MTU Friedrichshafen to a second firm and liquidate the old holding company in an asset deal, Handelsblatt reported. Citing financial sources, the German financial daily wrote in an advanced copy of its Tuesday edition that Daimler could be flexing its muscle in order to get the two other main shareholders into freeing up the disposal of MTU after its sale was recently put on ...
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