(Adds new quote on delay, updates shares) By Alexander Huebner STUTTGART, Aug 22 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG said on Friday it was talking to five investors about the sale of its aero-engine business MTU as government opposition to a foreign takeover threatened to delay a deal. Sources close to the talks said the sale process has already slowed and that bidders were worried about the increasingly hostile political environment. "The whole thing has stalled a little while they ...
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