FRANKFURT — Volkswagen AG is looking to buy back 41.83 million, or 10%, of its shares, fueling speculation that it's looking to make good on its plan to buy a truckmaker. Ferdinand Piech, VW chief executive, has said that he would like to buy a truck company, and Germany's MAN AG and Italy's Fiat SpA-owned Iveco unit are seen as possibilities. VW also may be looking to up its 34% stake in Scania AB. Rival truckmaker AB Volvo was ordered by the European Commissin to sell its 30.7% voting ...
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