One of the last major independent big-truck makers, Navistar International Corp. signs a strategic agreement (Dec. 7) with Germany-based MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG to collaborate on design, development, sourcing and manufacturing of components and systems for commercial trucks, including a range of diesel engines. Illinois-based Navistar’s operating company is International Truck and Engine Corp. International is teaming up with Germany’s MAN. Navistar Chairman, President and CEO Daniel ...

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