FRANKFURT/SHANGHAI, March 30 (Reuters) - German carmaker Daimler AG dismissed market talk on Tuesday it could divest its Maybach super luxury brand, after Chinese media reported that a Chinese firm was considering buying the brand. The Guangzhou Daily and other local media said on Monday that Chinese car and battery maker BYD was weighing the possibility of taking over Maybach from Daimler and that it would make a move once the brand was put up for sale. "Maybach is an important part of ...
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