STOCKHOLM, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania has lifted its production rate above an annualised pace of 80,000 units, one of its top executive said on Monday. "At the end of the third quarter production was raised. We are now running above the production pace of 80,000 that we went into after the end of the first quarter," Chief Financial Officer Jan Ytterberg told a news conference after the firm issued its third-quarter report. "We are running somewhat over that level right ...
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