STOCKHOLM — Scania majority owner Investor AB is in no hurry to sell its stake in the truck maker, but a reasonable price would be between SK240 to SK260 (US$30-$33) per share, plus a premium of as much as 30%, says Investor board chairman Percy Barnevik. Barnevik told journalists at a Stockholm press conference Investor will take its time weighing options. “This can take a long time, but we're not in a hurry,” he says.“Various potential partners are in a hurry.” Barnevik says Scania ...

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