FRANKFURT, May 30 (Reuters) - A trucks tie-up between Germany's MAN and Volkswagen remains possible but is not currently a priority for either firm, MAN's chief executive was quoted as saying on Sunday. "This continues to be a topic, but at the moment it is not being pursued with the highest urgency," Rudolf Rupprecht said in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. He said VW had never made a concrete proposal to buy MAN's trucks unit, adding: "VW's basic idea (in ...
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