STOCKHOLM, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Sweden's securities council on Friday said it had given German auto giant Volkswagen permission to raise its stake in truck maker Scania without needing to make a bid for the whole firm. The council said Volkswagen already had permission to own as much as 49.99 percent of voting rights in the Swedish firm without making a bid. It said the new dispensation covered an increase in Volkswagen's holding "without limits".
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