FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Truck sales in western Europe declined in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, hurt mainly by weak demand for vans, data published on Tuesday showed. Demand for commercial vehicles reflects broader economic trends, and European makers DaimlerChrysler , Volvo , Scania and MAN have suffered from a slump on both sides of the Atlantic in the last three years. Most experts predict a gradual improvement in the European market this year if the fragile economic ...
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