STOCKHOLM, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Truck maker Scania , which this week escaped a hostile bid by rival MAN , still sees room for a bumper extra payout to investors this year, its chief executive said on Thursday. Scania said last year it could pay out as much as 17 billion crowns ($3.08 billion) in extra dividends to shareholders this year. "We have announced a capacity when it comes to the room in the balance sheet ... we have not changed that at all," Chief Executive Leif Ostling said at ...
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