PARIS, Jan 31 (Reuters) - French car maker Renault said on Friday it was near a deal to create a partnership with Germany's Claas in which Claas would own 51 percent of Renault's agricultural unit, Renault Agriculture. "Renault and Germany's Claas should soon sign a partnership agreement concerning Renault Agriculture," the spokeswoman said. "We presented our unions with a plan this morning." Under the deal, Claas would take control of 51 percent of Renaul Agriculture and Renault would ...
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