* MAN operating profit falls in line with expectations * Says no sign of economic situation improving (Adds details, background) FRANKFURT/STOCKHOLM, July 30 (Reuters) - German industrial group MAN SE said on Thursday it saw no sign of an upturn as it posted a plunge in second-quarter operating earnings in line with market expectations. Second-quarter operating earnings, hit by a sharp fall in demand for commercial vehicles, fell to 144 million euros ($203.7 million) from a year-ago ...
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