STOCKHOLM, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Volvo has dismissed the idea it might be interested in acquiring German peer MAN , a newspaper reported on Tuesday. Dagens Industri quoted Volvo spokesman Marten Wikfors as saying that the group had said many times it was interested in acquisitions. But he added: "But we have also noted many times that we can do everything apart from two things and those things are that we cannot buy a large truckmaker in Europe or North America." MAN ...
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