STOCKHOLM, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Truck maker Scania reported a smaller-than-expected rise in third-quarter pretax profit on Monday and repeated it expected its deliveries of heavy-duty trucks to rise about 15 percent this year. The firm, which escaped a hostile bid by German rival MAN early this year, said pretax earnings rose to 2.38 billion Swedish crowns ($373 million) from a year-ago 1.91 billion to come in below the mean forecast of 2.49 billion seen in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. ...
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