FRANKFURT, May 29 (Reuters ) - U.S. investor Guy Wyser-Pratte is eyeing 10 German companies and may acquire stakes prior to early national elections in September, German weekly Euro am Sonntag said on Sunday. The paper based its story on an interview with Wyser-Pratte who plans to gather a majority for the removal of two supervisory members of German car robot maker IWKA , where he holds 6.3 percent, at an annual shareholders meeting on June 3, and replace them with candidates of his ...
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