HAMBURG/MUNICH, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , the largest shareholder in MAN AG , wants to gain three seats on the supervisory board of the German truckmaker, industry sources said on Friday. "Volkswagen wants three seats," said two people familiar with the situation. One of them confirmed that Volkswagen's controversial chairman, Ferdinand Piech, wanted to claim the position as head of MAN's supervisory board. Volkswagen and MAN declined comment.
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