STOCKHOLM, April 27 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania posted first-quarter pretax earnings below market expectations on Wednesday and said 2005 would be an "off year" for growth in its key western European market. Scania reported a quarterly pre-tax profit of 1.70 billion Swedish crowns ($242.3 million) versus 1.37 billion in the year-ago quarter and the 1.73 billion forecast in a Reuters poll of 13 analysts. Sales rose to 13.9 billion crowns versus 13.1 billion and an expected 14.3 ...
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