MAN studies China strategy, reaffirms German base


FRANKFURT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - German truckmaker MAN is working on expansion plans for China which it considers the biggest future market, its commercial vehicles head said in a weekend interview with an industry newsletter. The company also believed moves abroad were not viable and remained committed to its location in Germany, commercial vehicles head Anton Weinmann said in an advance copy of an article to be published in Automobilwoche on Feb. 25. MAN would formulate "a clear strategy" ...

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