FRANKFURT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Production of shared axles and gearboxes that were supposed to arise from cooperation between Germany's MAN and Sweden's Scania has been delayed by technical problems, a MAN spokesman said on Thursday. He declined to comment on newspaper reports that the 2-1/2-year-old project may collapse given concerns that the partners could benefit unequally from the accord. "There have been delays because it is a great technical challenge to make the axles and gearboxes ...
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