STOCKHOLM, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Truck firm MAN has been raising its voting stake in Sweden's Scania , which has rejected a take over offer from the German firm, daily Dagens Industri wrote at the weekend, citing unnamed market sources. Scania shares rose on Friday, extending gains recorded on Thursday after the trade of several large stakes in the Swedish truck maker. "There is a rumour that it is MAN which has raised to around 17 percent of the votes (in Scania) from 15.6 percent," the ...
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