By Toby Reynolds JOHANNESBURG, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Swedish truck manufacturer Scania said on Friday its new South African plant was a stepping stone for the company's growth in Africa. The new plant would allow Scania, one of the most profitable manufacturers in the troubled truck industry, to more than double its production of heavy trucks and buses in South Africa to around 2,000 units, company officers said. "We will see an increase here. We see the growth potential as very strong," ...
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