UPDATE 1-MAN starts year with weaker orders, better sales


(Adds detail from speech, shares, trader comment) By Nick Tattersall MUNICH, March 25 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering group MAN said on Tuesday it had started the year with a slight increase in sales but a drop in new orders, hit by weak business in its main domestic market. MAN said new orders for the first two months of the year had fallen five percent to 2.205 billion euros ($2.35 billion), with the weakest activity in Germany, although group sales rose three percent to ...

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