ANALYSIS-Samuelsson had to go for VW's dream to come true


* MAN SE CEO's exit clears path for three-way truck alliance * Volkswagen chairman needed to remove roadblock * Samuelsson no longer needed with MAN restructuring done By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - For 1 billion euros any manager is expendable -- even the high-profile chief executive of German truckmaker MAN , Hakan Samuelsson. Monday's exit by Samuelsson meant talks can resume with Swedish Scania over a three-way truck alliance under the banner of common ...

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