(Adds details, quotes from paragraph three) STOCKHOLM, March 17 (Reuters) - Vehicle deliveries by Sweden's Volvo rose 29 percent in January and February due to strong demand in key its North American and European markets, the world's second biggest truck maker said on Thursday. Volvo delivered 33,508 trucks in the period, up from 25,990 a year earlier. "Deliveries remained high during the first two months of the year, particularly in North America, where we posted a full 66 percent ...
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