FRANKFURT, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Changes to MAN's offer for Scania are not expected before the German firm concludes talks with all shareholders of the Swedish truck maker, a source familiar with the matter said. "In talks with investors, MAN has reaffirmed that there is some flexibility in the offer," the source said, adding that no changes are expected for now. The comment came after the Wall Street Journal on Friday quoted MAN Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson as saying that MAN was ...
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