(Updates with background, spokesman and analyst comments, share price) STOCKHOLM, May 20 (Reuters) - Shipments of world number two truck maker Volvo's vehicles rose 44 percent in April from a year earlier, boosted by a temporary surge in North American deliveries in the wake of U.S. strike action. The Swedish firm, which sells trucks under the Renault, Nissan, Diesel and Mack brands as well as its own name, said in a statement on Tuesday it delivered 24,616 trucks in April compared with ...
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