(Adds Deripaska statement, updates share price; figures in U.S. dollars unless noted) TORONTO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Shareholders of Magna International have voted in favor of a plan to sell 20 percent of the autoparts maker to a firm controlled by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska. The deal gives Deripaska 20 million common shares of Magna and six spots on the 14-seat board of directors of a new entity that will control Magna, in return for a $1.54 billion investment in the company. "We ...
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