FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, June 23 (Reuters) - German steel and industrial group ThyssenKrupp is in exploratory talks to dispose of its Metal Forming business that supplies body and chassis stampings and assemblies to carmakers. "We are looking for a best owner who can further develop the business," said a spokesman for ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe, who added that the business had been successfully restructured, without providing any details. "We are in talks with several interested parties but ...
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