DETROIT — AB Volvo reportedly has hired U.S. investment bank JP Morgan to look into the potential sale, merger or alliance of its automaking arm. While neither side would comment, Hans Olov Olsson, president that of Volvo Cars North America, says at the recent auto show here that what the shareholders decide is their decision. “I, for sure, have no doubt Volvo as a car brand will not disappear from the marketplace,” Olsson says. He believes the Volvo brand is an asset and any ownership ...

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