FRANKFURT, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Minority shareholders of DaimlerChrysler's MTU Friedrichshafen diesel motor unit expect to strike an amicable deal with the carmaker on how a sale can proceed, a German newspaper reported on Wednesday. "I assume that that we will be able to reach a mutually agreed solution with Daimler before the shareholders meeting on Sept. 1 and thus avoid a legal dispute," Count Albrecht von Brandenstein-Zeppelin told the Handelsblatt paper. He said the founding ...
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