Scania-MAN still in cooling-off period


STOCKHOLM, March 27 (Reuters) - Scania and German rival MAN are still in a cooling-off period after MAN's withdrawal of a hostile takeover bid for its Swedish rival in January, Scania's second-largest shareholder said on Tuesday. "We are still in a cooling off period. Nothing has changed on that point," Borje Ekholm, chief executive of major Scania shareholder Investor , told Reuters on the sidelines of the company's annual meeting.

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