FRANKFURT, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Truck sales in western Europe inched up in the third quarter from a year ago, helped by growing demand for vans, data published on Thursday showed. Demand for commercial vehicles tends to reflect the wider economic picture and European makers have suffered from a slump on both sides of the Atlantic in the last three years. Brussels-based carmaker assocation ACEA said commercial vehicle registrations in western Europe totalled 493,078 units in the third ...
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