(Adds background, detail, more quotes) By Madeline Chambers and Alexander Huebner WOERTH, Germany, March 25 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler , the world's biggest maker of commercial vehicles, told Reuters demand for heavy trucks in the United States fell sharply in the first quarter, but by less than expected. "The market came in a little bit stronger than we saw in last September or October but was pretty weak in the first quarter -- but not as weak as we had thought," Eckhard Cordes, ...
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