FRANKFURT, June 25 (Reuters) - Porsche is advancing towards a deal with Qatar to give the Gulf state a shareholding in Volkswagen, a compromise that will clear the way for the carmakers to merge, according to people involved in the talks. [ID:nLO308520] Porsche racked up 9 billion euros ($12.7 billion) of net debt trying to swallow its much bigger rival Volkswagen before the financial crisis turned the tables and threatened to unravel the deal. The luxury carmaker's borrowings have ...
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