STOCKHOLM, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania , the target of a hostile takeover bid from Germany's MAN , said on Wednesday it had got an order for at least 300 trucks from mining company Vale do Rio Doce in Brazil. Scania said 120 of the four-axle tipper trucks have already been delivered and that Vale do Rio Doce had also chosen Scania for workshop services. Scania gave no financial details of the deal.
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