STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Truck maker Scania reported first-quarter pretax earnings above market expectations on Monday and said it was sticking to plans to boost production capacity though order bookings declined. The Sweden-based firm, in which Germany's Volkswagen took majority control in $4 billion deal last month, posted a pretax profit of 3.52 billion Swedish crowns ($588 million) versus a year-ago 3.00 billion and a mean forecast of 3.26 billion seen in a Reuters poll of 16 ...
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