FRANKFURT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - German truck maker MAN AG said on Friday it did not support rival Scania's plans for a special dividend, which the Swedish truck maker announced after rejecting MAN's most recent takeover bid. "We don't think this is good. The money should rather be invested in the company's growth. This would also be more sustainable for the shareholders," a MAN spokesman said. MAN said its bid was very good and fair. While MAN also said it would continue talks with ...
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