FRANKFURT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The German government and about 10 companies based in Europe's biggest economy are planning to found a company before the end of the year to buy key raw material needed by the industrial sector, German magazine Der Spiegel reported. Without citing sources, it said that the companies, which include BASF , Daimler , Evonik and ThyssenKrupp , will each invest a six-digit figure in the project. ThyssenKrupp, Germany's biggest steelmaker, said a year ago that the ...
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