No Cerberus call option or share buybacks -Daimler


FRANKFURT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Daimler is open to any third party interested in its 19.9 percent Chrysler stake and unlikely to buy back its shares in the medium term, the German carmaker's finance director said. "If an interesting offer were made to us, then we would not wait for our remaining stake to become valuable again. There is no right of first refusal for Cerberus," Bodo Uebber told the Boersen-Zeitung in an interview published on Tuesday. A spokesman for Daimler said the company ...

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