FRANKFURT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - The European market for heavy trucks like the Mercedes-Benz Actros plunged 57 percent in October unadjusted for one fewer working day, falling for the 18th month straight, data published on Wednesday showed. The Brussels-based automotive industry association ACEA said in a statement that new registrations of heavy trucks dropped to just 11,429 vehicles last month versus 26,457 a year earlier. "The month of October counted on average one working day less this ...
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