FRANKFURT, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The number of new commercial vehicles registered in western Europe slipped in the third quarter, with a weak economy expected to continue sapping demand into next year, an industry group said on Wednesday. Brussels-based auto association ACEA said 487,494 trucks, buses and light commercial vehicles were registered between July and September, a 4.5-percent decrease from the same period last year, but a slower decline than the 5.4-percent drop seen over the ...
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