Daimler says ends Bombardier dispute over Adtranz

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FRANKFURT, Sept 28 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler has ended its dispute with Bombardier over the sale of DaimlerChrysler Rail Systems (Adtranz) to the Canadian company in 2001, the German carmaker said on Tuesday. The settlement provides for a purchase price adjustment in favour of Bombardier of 170 million euros ($209.2 million), Daimler said.

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