BERLIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Germany's MAN said on Tuesday that third-quarter operating profit fell to 185 million euros ($238.74 million) from 321 million euros a year earlier as the economic slowdown in Europe eroded commercial-vehicle sales. Third-quarter underlying profit missed a consensus forecast of 199 million euros in a Reuters analyst poll. Order intake fell to 3.52 billion euros from 4.09 billion in the period. ($1 = 0.7749 euros) (Reporting By ...
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