(Adds details, background) MILAN, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Italian motorcycle maker Ducati's key shareholder plans to launch an offer for the whole of the $670 million company and delist it, Italy's financial daily Il Sole 24 Ore reported on Tuesday. Without citing sources, the newspaper said Investindustrial, which owns 29 percent of Ducati, could launch the offer as early as the end of the week. Shares in Ducati, whose sleek and powerful motorcycles are driven by Australian world champion ...
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