Allianz Global Investors prepared to sell Osram stake to AMS if no better option comes

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Allianz Global Investors , the biggest shareholder of Osram , is prepared to sell its stake to chipmaker AMS in the course of its 4.3 billion euro ($4.75 billion)takeover attempt if no better bid is made, a source said on Monday.
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