(In U.S. dollars unless noted) TORONTO, July 26 (Reuters) - Magna International will have a tough time trying to persuade shareholders to back its plan to sell a chunk of the auto-parts maker to Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, analysts said on Thursday. Magna, whose board approved the $1.54 billion investment by Deripaska late on Wednesday, is betting that the Russian market will prove much richer than the depressed North American auto market. Under the deal, Deripaska would get 20 ...
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