STOCKHOLM, July 26 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania is not in any concrete discussions with German rival MAN , whose hostile bid it escaped earlier this year, Scania's top executive said on Thursday. "No concrete discussions between MAN's management and ours are being held," Scania Chief Executive Leif Ostling told Reuters on the sidelines of a news conference after the company released second-quarter results. Ostling said he did not know if any talks were being held among the two ...
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