Magna International Inc. plans a summer review of a proposal to merge its automotive systems groups, Tesma and Magna Steyr, says Magna International Chairwoman Belinda Stronach. And one possible outcome is the establishment of Magna Steyr as a separate public company. The global supplier must first close its deal to buy DaimlerChrysler AG’s Eurostar assembly operations in Graz, Austria. See related story A sale agreement was announced Feb. 15. The deal is expected to close in July, ...

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