(Adds detail, background, share) STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Scania , Europe's third-biggest truck maker, posted third-quarter pre-tax profit just below market consensus on Monday but said western European sales could show a slight improvement next year. "Economic growth in Scania's main markets in western Europe was weak but is expected to improve somewhat next year," Chief Executive Leif Ostling said in a statement. "Earnings for the rest of 2003 are expected to remain at a ...
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