STOCKHOLM, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania beat consensus with third quarter pre-tax profits on Thursday as demand in Europe, its key market, developed better than expected and said its earnings would improve in the last quarter. "Scania's service-related business has developed well and together with action programmes in the form of a stricter price policy and more efficient production, the trend in earnings is expected to remain good for the rest of the year," Scania said. ...
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