Scania union says merger would only help MAN


STOCKHOLM, Dec 20 (Reuters) - The union representing Scania's factory workers, which has already come out against MAN AG's hostile bid for the Swedish truck maker, said on Wednesday its analysis has shown a merger would only benefit MAN. The union also advised Scania workers with shares in the Swedish truck maker not to tender to the MAN offer, which expires on Jan. 31. "The more we analyse the way MAN has intended a combined truck company to operate, the more we regard their proposal as ...

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