STOCKHOLM, June 28 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania has sued the European Commission which it feels is hampering competition by letting rival Volvo hold on to a chunk of Scania shares, a paper said on Saturday. "We challenge the EU Commission's decision that has made Scania Volvo's hostage," said Spyros Pappas, Scania's lawyer in Brussels, who had filed charges against the Commission in the European Community's court. Volvo, the world's second-biggest truck maker, tried to merge ...
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