STOCKHOLM, July 26 (Reuters) - Sweden's Scania , Europe's third biggest truck maker, posted pre-tax profit of 1.41 billion Swedish crowns ($186.3 million) on Monday, meeting expectations, but repreated it saw capacity contraints in the second half. The performance, which like other sector rivals including Sweden's Volvo , was powered by a surge in demand helped by global economic recovery, compared with expectations of 1.4 billion crowns. Group sales came in at 14.1 billion crowns, in ...
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