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14 September 2006 By John Foley

The German group s 34% stake in the Swedish truckmaker and its boss role as Scania s chairman mean it could swing MAN s hostile bid. The worry is that VW may gain more than other shareholders because it may inject its own truck business into MAN and be paid in shares.

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