(Adds background, Scania shares) STOCKHOLM, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Germany's MAN AG is preparing a more attractive offer for Swedish truck maker Scania , the Wall Street Journal on Friday quoted MAN Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson as saying. Scania shares were up 2.8 percent at 449 Swedish crowns ($62.10) at 1150 GMT. The Swedish company's board has unanimously rejected an unsolicited 9.6 billion euro ($12.2 billion) takeover offer from MAN, as have Scania's two largest shareholders, ...
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