(Adds details) KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Malaysia's state-controlled carmaker, Proton Holdings , said on Tuesday it has agreed to sell its 58 percent stake in Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta to Italy's GEVI S.p.A. for one euro. Under the deal, the purchaser will assume restructured frozen debts totalling 106.94 million euros ($126.2 million) and working capital requirements of 32.50 million euros, Proton said in a statement. "The proposed disposal is consistent with Proton's ...
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