(Adds detail, background, share) STOCKHOLM, April 26 (Reuters) - Scania , Europe's number four heavy truck maker, posted a bigger-than-expected rise in first quarter pretax profit on Wednesday, but said order bookings in its key European market might slow later this year. Pretax earnings rose to 2.11 billion Swedish crowns ($280.9 million) from 1.70 billion a year ago to come in above the mean forecast of 1.83 billion seen in a Reuters poll. Domestic peer Volvo trounced earnings ...
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