(All figures in U.S. dollars unless noted) TORONTO, May 17 (Reuters) - Magna International said on Monday it had struck an agreement to take a majority stake in DaimlerChrysler's New Venture Gear drivetrain unit, in a widely expected deal. The Canadian autoparts maker, which had long been kicking the tires on the New Venture Gear business, said it would initially own 80 percent of the business in a joint venture with DaimlerChrysler. Magna said it would take over full control by ...
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