Daimler rules out EADS stake sale to suppliers -FAS


VIENNA, May 21 (Reuters) - Daimler has ruled out the sale of a minority stake in aerospace group EADS to German suppliers and sees a role instead for Germany in the deal, the carmaker's finance chief told a newspaper. Bodo Uebber, who is also chairman of EADS, poured cold water on speculation that a group of suppliers such as MTU or Diehl could get a 7.5 percent stake for which Daimler seeks a buyer, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported. He called this "a completely ...

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