(Adds analyst quotes, background) STOCKHOLM, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Swedish truckmaker Scania said on Tuesday it saw demand slowing further in a number of markets and will cut global production for a second time in three months. Scania said it would cut output by around 15 percent in January, at manufacturing bases in Europe and Latin America. The firm cut its production by some 15 percent in November, citing slowing economic activity.. "The slowdown in Europe and the Middle East has ...
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