* Q1 oper profit 128 mln eur vs poll estimate 138 mln eur * Recovery in European truck market to be weak in 2010 (Adds details, background) FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - German truckmaker MAN SE reported first-quarter earnings that fell just shy of expectations as booming demand in Brazil barely offset heavy losses in Europe. Operating profit rose 28 percent to 128 million euros ($171 million), short of the average estimate of 138 million euros from a Reuters poll of 18 analysts. ...
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