FRANKFURT, Dec 26 (Reuters) - The chief executive of Scania is sceptical about any merger with its German truck rival MAN SE , according to an interview with a German newspaper. "It is currently unrealistic to achieve synergies of 1 billion euros or even 500 million euros in a merger between MAN and Scania," Leif Oestling told the Sunday edition of Welt am Sonntag in comments released a day earlier. The newspaper said he was interviewed in November before MAN reorganised its top ...
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