FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering group MAN AG does not need a partner in its commercial vehicles business and is not looking to split up the group, the Financial Times quoted the company's CEO as saying on Monday. "Of course there are always discussions about that (finding a partner for the trucks business). But our opinion is that we can go ahead alone. And we have said that we can have the same advantages from co-operation deals as we would from merging," MAN ...
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