DaimlerChrysler AG’s commercial-vehicle sales in 2005 rose in all markets to a record level of 824,900 trucks, buses and vans, the auto maker reports. The figure is a 16% increase from 712,200 deliveries in 2004. Commercial-vehicle sales in Western Europe reached 277,000, a gain of 3,000 units compared with prior-year’s 274,000. Henderson: “No choice” but to improve. Sales in North America, including Mexico, jumped to 217,800 from 177,100 in 2004, while Latin America grew to ...
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