MAN sees improvement in truck segment in 2005


NIEPOLOMICE, Poland, Aug 16 (Reuters) - German industrial group MAN AG expects 2005 to prove a better year for its truck business than 2004 despite rises in world oil prices, Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson said on Tuesday. "I believe that the high level of fuel prices have no impact on our market (for trucks). This is for sure a very big issue but for us this year is good, I think it will be better than 2004," Samuelsson told a news conference in southern Poland. Speaking at the site ...

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