By Claudia Kade BEIJING, Aug 26 (Reuters) - The chief executive of German industrial group MAN on Sunday called for speedy progress in long-running talks about a three-way truckmakers' alliance in Europe, adding he hoped that more clarity could be gained by year-end. Merging MAN with Swedish rival Scania and the commercial vehicles arm of Volkswagen would create Europe's market leader. "There is no direct deadline but you cannot speculate endlessly about this," CEO Hakan Samuelsson ...
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