DaimlerChrysler AG is making a second reversal in its Asian strategy by deciding to sell its nearly $1 billion stake in South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., which it purchased in 2000. Reports in the Financial Times and Reuters say the German auto maker plans to sell its 10.5% stake, valued at $940 million, through a block sale. Neither auto maker has made an official statement confirming the move, both saying only that negotiations regarding the future of the alliance are continuing. ...
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