(Rewrites with comment from company, supervisory board; shares) FRANKFURT, Sept 21 (Reuters) - German chipmaker Infineon said on Wednesday all options were still open for the future of its unprofitable memory-chip unit after a newspaper reported Infineon was close to spinning off the unit. Citing company sources, the Handelsblatt business daily said Infineon's supervisory board was set to pave the way for a spin-off at a meeting on Nov.17. A supervisory board source told Reuters there ...
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