PAPENBURG, Germany, Sept 29 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler expects a slight weakening in the global commercial vehicles market in 2006 after another good year in 2005, the chief of its market-leading trucks and buses division said on Thursday. "There won't be a total downturn...overall we expect a slight weakening next year and I think all manufacturers are saying this," Andreas Renschler, commercial vehicles division head, told reporters on Thursday. Following Wednesday's news that sister ...
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