HAMBURG, April 24 (Reuters) - Porsche expects to receive regulatory approval for its majority acquisition of Volkswagen's voting stock in September or October, the Financial Times Deutschland reported. In a story to be published in its Friday edition, the German business daily wrote Porsche will then lift its voting stake from 31 percent to over 50 percent. When asked about the report, a spokesman for Porsche said: "Approval will take at least four months, realistically six, but it could ...
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