FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - The majority shareholders in German automotive supplier Grammer AG are considering whether to sell their stake in the company as early as July, it said on Thursday. Grammer Holding GmbH controls 77.9 percent of the shares, while SV Holding owns 5.1 percent. The two shareholders have mandated Deutsche Bank to explore potential disposal options. "These include, in particular, a private placement with institutional investors in Germany and in other European ...
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