Volkswagen vows to keep Scania in Sweden

Volkswagen vows to keep Scania in Sweden

German auto maker Volkswagen has promised trade unions at Scania to keep the company's assembly line in Sweden if its takeover bid is successful, newspaper Dagens Arbete reported on Wednesday.

Scania review board dissects Volkswagen bid

Scania review board dissects Volkswagen bid

Scania owners reject Volkswagen takeover bid

Scania owners reject Volkswagen takeover bid

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Skandia in “crisis talks”

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Skandia board recommends settlement with former chairman

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Skandia targets Denmark

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Icelandic investors battle for Skandia

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Skandia auditors’ liability – decision delayed

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Takeover rumours stop Skandia share trading

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Skandia “can remain independent”

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Skandia reports profits boost

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Iceland’s Kaupthing eyes SkandiaBanken

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Skandia suitor in Stockholm

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Old Mutual silent on Skandia progress

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Billion kronor loss for Skandia

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Skandia “rejects Old Mutual takeover bid”

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Old Mutual confirms Skandia talks

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Old Mutual offer values Skandia at 43 billion kronor

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Skandia shareholders warm to Old Mutual offer

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Old Mutual lodges Skandia bid

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Former Skandia CEO facing criminal charges

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Stock exchange investigates Skandia bid

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Old Mutual not reliant on Skandia board

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Skandia rejects Old Mutual

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Shareholder opposition grows to Skandia takeover

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Skandia chairman quits

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Old Mutual outlines hostile Skandia bid

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Senior Skandia man faces bribe charges

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Skandia presents argument against Old Mutual bid

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Report criticises Old Mutual bid

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Skandia profits strengthen independence claims

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Former finance director charged in Skandia scandal

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Old Mutual cuts Skandia shareholder support requirement

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Swedish authorities green light Skandia bit

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Old Mutual “has enough support for Skandia bid”

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Skandia: 62 percent support for OM bid

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Skandia “will remain listed in Stockholm”

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Skandia minority puts forward demands

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Old Mutual tightens grip on Skandia

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Old Mutual increases stake in Skandia

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Trial of ex-Skandia chief begins

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Former Skandia chairman grilled in court

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Full takeover of Skandia imminent

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Skandia withdraws from stock exchange

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Skandia prosecutor demands long jail sentence

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Former Skandia CEO jailed

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Ex-Skandia boss appeals conviction

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100 jobs to go as Old Mutual keeps Skandia

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Prosecutors demand four years for Skandia’s Ramstedt

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Former Skandia personnel boss jailed

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Ex-Skandia boss spared 300 million bill

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Ex-Skandia man has sentence cut

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Ex-Skandia boss cleared

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Ex-Skandia boss ruling appealed

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Skandia bosses risk prison

Court clears Skandia bosses

Court clears Skandia bosses

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Skandia settles long-running dispute over sale

Smokers face higher insurance costs

Smokers face higher insurance costs

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Appeals court clears ex-Skandia director

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Agency to probe internet outage at Swedish bank