FRANKFURT, Sept 21 (Reuters) - The head of Fiat SpA's trucks business Iveco expects the business to make revenues of more than 9 billion euros ($11 billion) this year and expects a slowdown in the trucks market next year. "We will have revenues of above 9 billion euros," Jose Maria Alapont told a news conference at an industry show on Tuesday. "In 2005 (the market) is going to slow down in Europe. Whether it's slight (growth) or flat we will see," he said.
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