FRANKFURT, July 23 (Reuters) - German truck and engineering group MAN declined to comment on Wednesday on a report it may buy a 45 percent stake in Swedish truck and bus maker Scania . MAN shares were down 3.7 percent at 17.19 euros by 1026 GMT after its chief was quoted as saying the firm did not want to part with its truck business, dampening speculation of a takeover.
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