UPDATE 2-MAN CEO says truck unit not for sale - report

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(Adds share price reaction, fund manager comment) FRANKFURT, July 23 (Reuters) - Shares in German truck and engineering group MAN skidded on Wednesday after its chief was quoted as saying the firm did not want to part with its truck business, dampening speculation of a takeover. "We have no intention to sell the commercial vehicles unit," Chief Executive Rudolf Rupprecht told Focus Money weekly in a summary of an article due to appear on Thursday. "Building commercial vehicles is our ...

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