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Exclusive: China's BAIC raising Daimler stake to unseat Geely as top shareholder - sources

2:21am GMT

BEIJING/HONG KONG/FRANKFURT Daimler's main China joint venture partner BAIC Group has set in motion a plan to double its stake to around 10% and win a board seat in the German luxury car maker, as it aims to upstage rival Geely, two sources told Reuters.

Mission Impossible? - Martina Merz ist Thyssens letzte Chance

29 Nov 2019

- von Tom Käckenhoff und Christoph Steitz und Edward Taylor und Arno Schuetze

RPT-UPDATE 3-China's BAIC willing to increase Daimler holding after 5% stake buy -sources

26 Nov 2019

* Daimler says appreciates BAIC as long-term investor (Repeats with no change to text)

China's BAIC willing to increase Daimler holding after 5% stake buy - sources

25 Nov 2019

BEIJING/FRANKFURT Daimler's main Chinese joint venture partner BAIC Group has signalled its intention to increase its stake in the German luxury car manufacturer, sources briefed on the matter said, after it built up a 5% Daimler holding in July.

Thyssenkrupp, Kone discuss multi-billion euro break-up fee - sources

19 Nov 2019

By Arno Schuetze, Edward Taylor, Christoph Steitz and Tom Käckenhoff

Insider - Kone lockt Thyssen für Aufzugsdeal mit Vorauszahlung

19 Nov 2019

- von Arno Schuetze und Edward Taylor und Christoph Steitz und Tom Käckenhoff

RPT-German automation talent powers Musk's battery move to Europe

14 Nov 2019

FRANKFURT, Nov 14 To unclog bottlenecks last year at his Tesla Inc plant in California, Elon Musk flew in six planeloads of new robots and equipment from Germany to speed up battery production for its Model 3.

German automation talent powers Musk's battery move to Europe

14 Nov 2019

FRANKFURT To unclog bottlenecks last year at his Tesla Inc plant in California, Elon Musk flew in six planeloads of new robots and equipment from Germany to speed up battery production for its Model 3.

Tesla's 'Made in Germany': Musk sets up shop in Berlin

14 Nov 2019

BERLIN Tesla will build its first European factory and design centre near Berlin, giving the U.S. electric car pioneer the coveted "Made in Germany" label just as local rivals Audi, BMW and Mercedes prepare to launch competing cars. | Video

Thyssenkrupp's elevator business gets at least 3 bidders-sources

12 Nov 2019

By Tom Käckenhoff, Christoph Steitz, Arno Schuetze and Edward Taylor

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