STOCKHOLM, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania's expects the trucks market to recover at the earliest in the second half of 2003, chief executive Leif Ostling was quoted on Saturday as saying. He told the Swedish business daily Dagens Industri's Weekend supplement a turnaround might be delayed until 2004. The trucks market has suffered in the past few years because of global economic slowdown. Scania's full-year 2002 earnings would be somewhat better than in 2001, Ostling ...
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