FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - Daimler is seen posting robust first-quarter earnings, boosted by rebounding demand for trucks. The results due early on Friday come after Volvo and Scania , two of Europe's biggest truck makers, reported strong results as they benefited from the sharp rebound in the global truck market. [ID:nLDE73Q0L1] Sales of Mercedes-Benz cars are also seen supporting strong quarterly earnings as demand from emerging markets boosted the global car market. Volkswagen ...
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