STOCKHOLM, April 25 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo posted first-quarter pretax earnings above market expectations on Friday and raised its market forecast for Europe, saying orders intake there was "surprisingly strong". Volvo reported a pretax profit of 6.14 billion Swedish crowns ($1.04 billion) versus a year-earlier 5.41 billion and a mean forecast of 5.71 billion in a Reuters poll of 17 analysts. The group, which sells trucks under the Renault, Nissan Diesel and Mack ...
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