(Adds background, details) FRANKFURT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen will review all options for its IT-services unit gedas and its car rental business Europcar International, it said on Friday. The world's fourth-largest carmaker said options ranged from strategic expansion to an initial public offering. A spokesman said: "There is no clear tendency for one option or the other." VW shares were down 2 percent at 49.17 euros by 0905 GMT. The stock cracked 50 euros on Thursday ...
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