STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler proposed on Wednesday giving French industrialist Arnaud Lagardere a seat on the German-American carmaker's supervisory board. He is set to replace Dutch economics professor Victor Halberstadt as of the annual shareholders meeting on April 6, a spokesman said. Lagardere, 43, heads the French Lagardere conglomerate that has a 15 percent stake in aerospace group EADS , of which he is co-chairman. DaimlerChrysler has a 30 percent EADS ...
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