MUNICH, April 25 (Reuters) - German diversified industrial group MAN does not plan to sell its 17 percent voting stake in Swedish truckmaker Scania , which is now majority controlled by MAN's large shareholder Volkswagen . "We will hold onto our Scania stake," Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson told investors at its annual general meeting, after one shareholder rights advocate called on the company to sell the stake MAN first bought as part of its failed bid for the Swedish company launched ...
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