FRANKFURT, Feb 21 (Reuters) - France's Renault is set to sell a majority stake in its tractor business in the next few months to unlisted German harvesting machinery maker Claas, a newspaper quoted the automaker's chairman as saying on Friday. The two firms have agreed on the most important parts of the deal, German business daily Handelsblatt said. "There are no more points of difference, everything is arranged and must only be formulated," it quoted Renault Chairman Louis Schweitzer as ...
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