CHICAGO – If the Japanese, Koreans and Germans can build vehicles in the U.S., why not the Swedes? Vic Doolan, president and CEO of Volvo Cars of North America LLC, favors such a move. "The U.S. is Volvo's biggest market, and (production here) would allow us to share technology (with parent Ford Motor Co.), as well as balance exchange rates between euros and dollars,” Doolan says in an interview. “It makes sense, which is why Mercedes and BMW (AG) are here.” A small CUV off the S40 ...
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