STOCKHOLM, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Scania Chief Executive Leif Ostling met institutional shareholders this week to discuss MAN's 9.6 billion euro ($12.2 billion) bid, the Swedish truckmaker said on Wednesday. Scania Communications Director Cecilia Edstrom said Ostling had said there could be synergies in the deal, though other aspects had to be taken into account. "The talks were in general about industrial synergies," she said. "There are always industrial synergies to be looked at, but at ...
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