(Adds quotes, details, share price) HANOVER, Germany, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Daimler , the world's biggest commercial vehicles manufacturer, saw growth stagnate in the first eight months of this year as demand for trucks stalled in the United States. It sold 311,000 new trucks from January to August, up from 309,656 in the same period last year, the company said on Tuesday. New orders rose 3 percent. "Things won't be any easier for our commercial vehicle business in 2009," Daimler Trucks ...
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