MUNICH, June 24 (Reuters) - Germany's MAN AG played down a report on Thursday that the truckmaker is set to replace its chief financial officer with the former finance boss of fellow engineering firm mg technologies AG . Manager magazin said on its website that the 60-year-old Ferdinand Graf von Ballestrem would shortly step down as CFO of the truckmaker, adding that Karlheinz Hornung had been earmarked as his successor. Hornung left mg tech earlier this year for what the company said ...
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