FRANKFURT, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Germany's MAN plans to scale back production of trucks from Jan. 14 as its customers hold off placing major orders in uncertain economic times, the head of its truck business said. "We have to adjust our production according to demand," German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung cited Anders Nielsen as saying in an excerpt of an interview to be published on Tuesday. He said Munich-based MAN has applied for subsidies under the German ...
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