Dubai sells all its shares in DaimlerChrysler


DEAD SEA, Jordan, May 18 (Reuters) - State-owned Dubai International Capital has sold all its shares in auto maker DaimlerChrysler , chief executive Sameer al-Ansari said on Friday. "We sold over time," Ansari told Reuters on the sidelines of a conference in Jordan. Ansari said last November the company held 20 million shares in DaimlerChrysler but the current holding was not known.

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