DUESSELDORF, Germany, May 25 (Reuters) - German defence and automotive supply group Rheinmetall has made two acquisitions to round out its defence business, it said on Wednesday. Rheinmetall bought a 50 percent stake in sensors company AIM Infrarot-Module GmbH from DaimlerChrysler unit EHG Elektroholding for an undisclosed amount. AIM makes sensors for systems including night vision equipment. The other half of AIM belongs to defence group Diehl, with whom Rheinmetall already cooperates ...
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