STOCKHOLM, April 27 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania reported first-quarter profits above expectations on Tuesday on rebounding demand but said a switch to production of new trucks will limit its deliveries in 2004. Europe's third-biggest truck maker made a pretax profit of 1.32 billion crowns ($172 million) in the January-March period against 1.19 billion expected in a Reuters poll of 11 analysts and 1.15 billion in the year-ago period. Sales rose to 13.08 billion crowns, also ...
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