FRANKFURT, Aug 22 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG confirmed on Friday that it was talking to five investors about the sale of its aero-engine business MTU, a defence supplier the German government would prefer to remain in German hands. "We are in talks with five partners, but the talks are still at an early stage," DaimlerChrysler spokesman Hartmut Schick said, adding that the handful of interested parties did not include a German bidder. Schick said, however, that DaimlerChrysler was ...
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