FRANKFURT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - The head of Swedish truckmaker Scania was quoted on Wednesday as saying he wanted car maker Volkswagen and investment group Investor to remain its main shareholders in a forthcoming ownership reshuffle. "In my personal opinion that would be a sufficiently stable ownership structure," Scania Chief Executive Leif Ostling told Germany's Handelsblatt business newspaper, adding that he saw no need for any further owners. Scania's ownership is set to change ...
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