UPDATE 1-Scania rebuffs MAN again, sees new payout prospect

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(Adds quotes, background, shares) STOCKHOLM, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Swedish truckmaker Scania rejected for a second time German rival MAN's unsolicited takeover bid and raised the prospect of making a second annual special payout to shareholders in 2007. MAN has offered 10.3 billion euros ($13.4 billion) for Scania but has met strong resistance from the Swedish company's management and its key shareholder Investor , run by the Wallenberg family. Scania first rejected MAN's bid when the ...

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