MAN sees "plateau year" in European truck market


FRANKFURT, May 31 (Reuters) - Economic weakness in key market Germany will slow European demand for trucks this year, MAN AG Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson said on Tuesday, but he reiterated the German group's 2005 outlook. "Our general picture this year will be slower, especially on the truck market in Germany because we are concerned about the economy," he told a Deutsche Bank investor conference. "The export market is still good but we will not see the same growth that we have seen ...

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