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SCANIA INTERIM REPORT– JANUARY–JUNE 2006

· Given current order books and production rates, Scania’s deliverieswill be substantially higher during 2006 than during 2005.· Net income improved 22 percent despite a lag in production whichadversely affected second-quarter earnings by about SEK 250 m. in theform of lower invoicing and additional production-related expenses.· Within the next few years, the potential for cost savings in thesales and service organisation will amount to at least SEK 500 m.annually.· Scania is reviewing its capital structure and will present a proposalto the AGM 2007.FIRST HALFIN BRIEF First half Change in Q2Units 2006 2005 % 2006 2005Trucks andbuschassis – Orderbookings 35,937 31,536 14 16,922 16,095–Deliveries 31,824 29,023 10 16,447 15,767RevenueandearningsSEK m.(unlessotherwisestated) EUR m. * · Revenue,ScaniaGroup 3,819 35,224 30,434 16 17,978 16,561Operatingincome,VehiclesandService 424 3,907 3,245 20 1,907 1,692Operatingincome,CustomerFinance 26 240 251 -4 126 125Operatingincome 450 4,147 3,496 19 2,033 1,817Incomebeforetaxes 444 4,093 3,440 19 1,984 1,742· Netincome 308 2,834 2,316 22 1,387 1,161Operatingmargin,percent 11.8 11.5 11.3 11.0Return onequity,percent ** 22.2 21.9 Return oncapitalemployed,VehiclesandService,percent 29.5 29.3 · Earningsper share,SEK ** 14.17 11.58 22 6.94 5.81Cash flow,VehiclesandService 353 3,258 941 2,068 669Number ofemployees,30 June 31,835 30,428 Number ofshares:200million*** * Translated to euros solely for the convenience of the reader at abalance sheet date exchange rate of SEK 9.22 = EUR 1.00.** Attributable to Scania’s shareholders.*** After eliminating 26,296,508 shares owned by a Scania subsidiaryundergoing liquidation.Unless otherwise stated, all comparisons in brackets refer to the sameperiod of last year.This report is also available at www.scania.com