Dana to sell non-core hose/tubing division

May 2007
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The article reports on a stock and asset purchase agreement of Dana Corp. for the sale of its non-core fluid products hose and tubing business to Orhan Holding AS, a Turkish industrial firm and joint-venture partner of Dana. The agreement provides Orhan and its affiliates to purchase certain assets of Dana's fluid products hose and tubing business and the stock of certain Dana affiliates engaged in the business.


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