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11 February 2014 By Olaf Storbeck

The German automotive group is buying the U.S. rubber and plastics firm from private-equity owner Carlyle. Investors may be disappointed Conti is doing M&A rather than returning cash. But the price looks undemanding and there’s strategic logic in diversifying away from Europe.

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