AXA raises stake in truckmaker MAN to 7.6 pct


FRANKFURT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - French insurer AXA has raised its stake in German trucks and engineering group MAN AG to 7.622 percent from less than 5 percent, MAN said in an advertisement in German financial daily Boersen-Zeitung on Saturday. Other major shareholders in MAN include German insurers Allianz AG and Munich Re as well as Commerzbank AG , the country's third-largest bank.

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