Vossloh chairman not eyeing merger with Knorr Bremse -magazine

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FRANKFURT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The chairman and largest shareholder of German rail technology provider Vossloh denied he was planning to delist the company or merge it with his own company Knorr Bremse, which makes rail and commercial vehicle brakes. "I do not intend to take Vossloh private. Nor do I intend to merge it with Knorr Bremse," Heinz Hermann Thiele told Germany's WirtschaftsWoche magazine in comments published on Saturday. Thiele instead is ...

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