SODERTALJE, Sweden, May 20 (Reuters) - Truck maker Scania on Tuesday outlined plans to lift its production capacity to 150,000 vehicles by 2015 and affirmed its financial outlook for 2007-2009. The truck maker, over which German auto giant Volkswagen gained control through an acquisition of Scania shares from Sweden's powerful Wallenberg family earlier this year, also reiterated its target of lifting capacity to 100,000 in 2009/2010, up from an estimated 90,000 units this year. The plans, ...
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