LONDON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - The chief executive of truck maker Scania AB , which this week escaped a hostile bid by rival MAN AG , told the Financial Times a softer agreement was another option, the newspaper said on Friday. "You do not necessarily need ownership (for an alliance). It can be done with a co-operation agreement," Leif Ostling was quoted in the FT as saying. Such an accord could involve pairing up in research and development and engine component production, he said. ...
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