Scania CEO- 90,000 unit output rate seen end-2008

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STOCKHOLM, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania is likely to reach an annualised production rate of about 90,000 units by the end of next year, its top executive said on Monday. "I would say that by the end of next year we will probably be at around 90,000 units," Chief Executive Leif Ostling told a news conference after the firm issued its third-quarter report. The firm would be at an annualised manufacturing rate of about 81,000-82,000 units going into 2008, he added. ...

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