Investor wants to be part of Scania ownership deal


STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Swedish investment group Investor said on Monday it wants to take part in re-shaping the shareholder structure of truck maker Scania , but this does not necessarily mean a full takeover bid. Investor already owns 20.4 percent of votes in the world's fifth largest and most profitable truck maker. "It's a fantastic company and it is important that it get long term and stable ownership," said Fredrik Lindgren, Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications at ...

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