Navistar International Corp. (NYSE: NAV) will sell mining trucks from Scania Group through a few dealerships in Canada in the first product-sharing deal with its global alliance partner TRATON Group.  The memorandum of understanding announced at the North American Commercial Vehicles Show in Atlanta on October 28 is significant because it opens the door to TRATON, the holding company for Volkswagen AG’s truck group, to sell products in North America.  Navistar kept exclusive access to the U.S. and Canadian markets when it agreed to sell 16.8% of the company to the former Volkswagen Truck Group for $256 million in 2016. TRATON CEO Andreas Renschler said in July the company has no interest in a bigger equity stake in Navistar even as the alliance expands beyond purchasing and powertrain cooperation. Speculation continues that TRATON eventually will add Navistar to its brand stable as it challenges Daimler AG (NASDAQ: DDAIF) and Volvo AB (NASDAQ: VLVLY) for global truck dominance. Navistar, which has gained several points of share in the U.S. market this year, is leveraging the global TRATON Alliance for more growth toward its Vision 2025 plan that includes a stretch goal of 25% ma...