(Adds detail, background) By Niklas Pollard and Victoria Klesty STOCKHOLM, April 25 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo AB posted first-quarter pretax earnings above market expectations on Friday and raised its market forecast for Europe, saying order intake there was surprisingly strong. Volvo reported pretax profit of 6.14 billion Swedish crowns ($1 billion) versus a year-earlier 5.41 billion and a mean forecast of 5.71 billion in a Reuters poll of 17 analysts. "I think ...
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