STOCKHOLM, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania said on Tuesday it would make 200 workers redundant at its Oskarshamn plant in southern Sweden as it brings in a new range of trucks. Scania, the third biggest truck maker in Europe, also said it would not renew contracts of temporary workers who had been employed while production of its new range of trucks was phased in.
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