FRANKFURT, March 30 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering group MAN AG said on Tuesday that March orders were likely to have continued the strong growth seen in the first two months of the year. "Preliminary corporate data indicate that in March a double-digit rise in new orders can be reached," the company said in a statement. Sales in the first two months of the year climbed seven percent to 1.716 billion euros ($2.09 billion), while new orders jumped by 24 percent to 2.418 billion ...
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