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Looks like Mercedes are getting significant other stakeholders in place so as to make it easier for them to sell out their remaining share at a later date and leave some level of continuity which is usually a requirement for incoming investors. Does not seem a logical move giving up that level of shareholding if they were staying in for the long haul.