STOCKHOLM, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo , the world's No. 2 truck maker, said on Friday its election panel had proposed Autoliv Chief Executive Lars Westerberg as a new board member, a decision that leaves shareholder and activist fund Cevian without a representative. The Cevian representative on the election committee, Lars Forberg, abstained from voting on the board appointments although he supported the choice of Westerberg, Volvo said. Volvo said Forberg did not oppose the ...
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