* Q1 order bookings rise 166 pct yr/yr * Says sees demand at same level in Q2 as Q1 * Says capacity utilisation to improve in Q2 * CEO says VW, MAN cooperation produces synergies * Shares down 0.2 percent (Adds management comment, analyst comment, share price) By Niklas Pollard and Katarina Gustafsson STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Scania's order bookings surged 166 percent from crisis levels hit last year in the first quarter and the truck maker said on Wednesday the firmer ...
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