STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania AB on Monday said it had agreed to jointly make gearboxes and axles with Germany's MAN AG in a move aimed at reducing development costs for the expensive components. Scania, one of the most profitable companies in the troubled truck making industry, said it had entered a partnership under which MAN will adapt some of its axles and transfer-boxes for use in Scania trucks. Scania will meanwhile adapt some of its gearboxes for MAN ...
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