FRANKFURT, Dec 20 (Reuters) - German truckmaker MAN AG said on Wednesday it was confident that its 10.3 billion euro ($13.6 billion) bid for Swedish rival Scania would succeed now that the European Commission has approved the takeover. "The favourable decision on the part of the EU is a decisive signal and a clear endorsment of our project of forging a new European champion through the combination of MAN and Scania," Hakan Samuelsson, the chief executive officer of MAN, said in a ...
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