MUNICH, March 22 (Reuters) - German engineering conglomerate MAN AG said on Monday orders at its trucks unit increased by a double-digit percentage from last year in the first two months of 2004. Incoming orders rose faster than sales in January and February, gaining 13.2 percent to 1.2 billion euros ($1.5 billion), prompting MAN to reiterate its forecast for profits to considerably increase this year. Sales in the first two months of the year rose 6.7 percent to 893 million euros. ...
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