* Swedish CEO leaves with immediate effect * Moves comes at his own request, MAN says * Head of diesel business named interim CEO (Writes through) By Christiaan Hetzner and Irene Preisinger FRANKFURT/MUNICH, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Hakan Samuelsson abruptly resigned as chief executive of German truckmaker MAN on Monday, exposing the 250-year-old company controlled by Volkswagen as a potential break-up candidate. The Swedish chief executive, who was unloved at VW's majority-owned ...
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