MAN CEO says no plan to enter U.S. truck market


FRANKFURT, Feb 17 (Reuters) - German industrial group MAN AG said on Thursday it does not plan to enter the U.S. truck market despite its recent cooperation with U.S. company Navistar . "We are not planning to enter the U.S. market with our commercial vehicles," said Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson.

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