MAN says eyes taking Navistar stake, not in talks


FRANKFURT, May 26 (Reuters) - German truckmaker MAN AG is keen to strengthen ties with Navistar International Corp and could even envision taking a stake in its U.S. partner, MAN said on Friday. A spokesman confirmed remarks to this effect by Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson in an interview with Swedish business daily Dagens Industri but added no talks were under way at this stage. "We find Navistar interesting. I think that we should over time cement somehow our cooperation, including ...

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