Volvo car sales rise in Nov as China boosts

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STOCKHOLM, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Chinese-owned carmaker Volvo Car Group said on Thursday that sales of its cars rose 5.8 percent year-on-year in November, its fifth straight month of growth, as it rode a surge in its top market, China. The company said it sold 37,945 cars in November as a 69 percent jump in China, the home of its parent Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., and growth in Europe more than offset a continued slide in the United States. Volvo Car Group, ...

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