(Adds background, analyst comment, pvs dateline STOCKHOLM) By Nick Tattersall and Patrick McLoughlin FRANKFURT/STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Swedish truckmaker Scania and German rival MAN said on Monday they had struck a deal to jointly make gearboxes and axles in a move aimed at cutting development costs for the expensive components. The two groups, which said last month they expected to conclude a components joint venture this year, said production was due to begin after a ...
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