UPDATE 1-Magna cooperating with U.S. DOJ investigation


(Adds detail) Oct 13 (Reuters) - Canadian group Magna International , one of the world's biggest auto-parts makers, said it was cooperating with a U.S. Department of Justice anti-trust investigation of the automobile tooling industry. Magna said the DOJ had requested documents related to various tooling bids, including a tooling programme for which a subsidiary within its Cosma International operating unit acted as tier 1 tooling supplier. (Reporting by Sakthi Prasad in Bangalore; ...

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