STOCKHOLM, July 28 (Reuters) - Trucks group Scania on Friday reported second quarter pre-tax earnings under expectations, but said it took hit of 250 million crowns on invoicing that was delayed to the third quarter. The company reported a pre-tax profit of 1.98 billion Swedish crowns ($272 million) versus a year-ago 1.74 billion and the average forecast in a Reuters poll of 2.24 billion. Sales came in at 17.98 billion versus a forecast 18.52 billion. The group said in a statement that ...
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