DaimlerChrysler bus sales stable in 2006


FRANKFURT, Jan 24 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler bus sales held steady at 36,200 complete vehicles and chassis last year, keeping it the world's biggest busmaker, it said on Wednesday. "While sales of chassis increased from 24,000 units in 2005 to approximately 24,300 units last year, business in complete buses declined slightly, with sales totalling 11,900 units versus 12,200 in 2005," it said in a statement. Bus division head Harald Landmann said competition had sharpened in the overland ...

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