MAN SE says Brazilian vehicle order worth about 400 mln euros

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MUNICH, Sept 30 (Reuters) - German truckmaker MAN SE said an order of commercial vehicles and buses by Brazil is worth about 400 million euros ($541.66 million). Volkswagen-owned MAN said earlier on Monday that it has received orders from the Brazilian government totalling 5,210 vehicles, including 1,747 trucks for the Ministry of Agriculture. A spokesman at Munich-based MAN said the order is worth about 1.2 billion Brazilian real. ($1 = 0.7385 euros) ...

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