STOCKHOLM, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Swedish truck-maker Scania said on Tuesday it would take on 500 new staff at its production plants in Europe as it looks to ramp up production again after the global downturn. Truck companies suffered badly during the financial crisis, but have seen a quick pick-up in demand. However, the pace of recovery is uneven, with emerging markets -- like Brazil -- surging ahead and regions like Europe improving slowly. Scania said the recruitment drive was intended ...
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