(Adds analyst comment, background paras 7-10, updates shares) By Niklas Pollard and Victoria Klesty STOCKHOLM, March 18 (Reuters) - Volvo , the world's second-largest truck maker, said on Tuesday shipments of its trucks rose 54 percent in February from a year ago, lifted by firm demand in Europe and the acquisition of Japan's Nissan Diesel. The Swedish firm delivered 22,100 trucks in February compared with 14,313 a year earlier, it said. Deliveries of its core heavy-duty truck range ...
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