UPDATE 2-MAN starts year with weaker orders, better sales


(Adds fresh CEO quotes on outlook, Iraq, analyst comment) By Nick Tattersall MUNICH, March 25 (Reuters) - Trucks and engineering group MAN said on Tuesday it had started the year with a drop in new orders, with its German home market particularly weak, but stuck to a goal of raising profits this year. The industrial giant, which supplied the diesel engines that power the QE2 cruise ship as well as the booster casings for the ARIANE 5 space rocket, said it did not expect sales or orders ...

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