* Traditional indicators skewed by crisis, incentives * Commercial vehicle sales outlook still gloomy * Transport investment slump far outpaces 2001-2002 fall By Jo Winterbottom MILAN, July 29 (Reuters) - Want to know if the real economy is really recovering in Europe? Take a look at van sales. Latest business confidence indicators such as Germany's Ifo index may be showing signs of life but commercial vehicle sales, gaining importance as a key economic indicator, are moribund. ...
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