STOCKHOLM, June 20 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania said on Wednesday it has signed a deal with the Swedish Metalworkers' union that will see pay for 7,000 of its workers rise by 8 percent over two years. The agreement covers the period from April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2009, Scania said in a statement. In March the metal workers' union reached a central deal -- which traditionally sets the threshold for other wage agreements -- with Swedish employer associations giving its members ...
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