FRANKFURT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen wants to have three seats on the supervisory board of German truckmaker MAN after it has increased its stake in the Munich-based firm, a German daily reported on Friday. German daily Handelsblatt, citing industry sources, reported that Volkswagen has upped its stake to just below 30 percent. Traditionally that would allocate three of the 20 MAN supervisory board seats to Volkswagen, the paper said. MAN's supervisory board is up for election at ...
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