PARIS, Jan 26 (Reuters) - New commercial vehicle sales rose 12.5 percent in December in the European Union, industry association ACEA said on Wednesday, as the recovery continued and the sector finished 2010 on a positive note. Highly cyclical demand for heavy trucks has powered ahead in the last few months, as the industry recovers after the worst downturn in decades. Strong growth in emerging markets like Asia and South America has helped truckmakers that were hit hard by the crisis. ...
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