RPT-INTERVIEW-Volvo expects Asia to be its top market by 2015


* Expects Asia to exceed EU as its top market by 2015 * Considers more M&A in China's construction gear sector * Intends to expand ties with Dongfeng Motor * Sees closer tie between rivals as natural consolidation (Repeats item first filed on Saturday with no change to text) By Fang Yan and Jacqueline Wong SHANGHAI, May 22 (Reuters) - Volvo , the world's second largest truck maker, expects Asia to overtake Europe as its largest market by 2015, helped by robust demand in India ...

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