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 board rejects Volkswagen takeover bid

Scania board rejects Volkswagen takeover bid

Probe launched into trading of Scania shares

Probe launched into trading of Scania shares

Scania bosses made pre-bid shares purchases

Scania bosses made pre-bid shares purchases

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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ABB expects double-digit earnings growth