(Adds Scania, Investor quotes) By Patrick Lannin STOCKHOLM, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania on Friday stood by its rejection of German rival MAN's hostile bid, as it raised the prospect of further extra shareholder payouts and warned of job losses in Sweden. Scania's second rejection of the 10.3 billion euro ($13.4 billion) offer was the latest salvo in a long war of words between the Swedish company, backed by key shareholder Investor , and its unwelcome suitor. Scania ...
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