STOCKHOLM, July 27 (Reuters) - Scania , Europe's fourth largest truck maker, posted a second-quarter pretax profit below expectations on Wednesday and said weak European economies and higher oil prices raised uncertainty about demand. Quarterly pretax earnings rose to 1.74 billion Swedish crowns ($222.7 million) versus a year-ago 1.47 billion and an average forecast of 1.81 billion in a Reuters poll of 14 analysts. Revenues in the quarter rose to 16.56 billion crowns from 14.12 billion ...
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