UPDATE 1-DaimlerChrysler's truck and bus sales hit record


(Adds details, background, stock price) FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - A booming truck market helped DaimlerChrysler AG boost commercial vehicle sales 42 percent in 2004 to a record 712,200 units, the German-American group said on Thursday. Excluding sales of its Japanese unit, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp (Fuso), which has been consolidated since April 2004, sales rose 19 percent to 594,100 units, the world's biggest maker of trucks and buses said in a statement. It gave no ...

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