GOTHENBURG, Sweden, May 20 (Reuters) - Volvo Car Corp, on the road to being acquired by China's Zhejiang Geely, could see sales revive more than the current plan for 390,000 units this year, the Swedish brand's top executive said on Thursday. "We're planning over 390,000 vehicles, and depending of what happens to capacity and demand, we possibly could do slightly more than that," Ford-owned Volvo Cars Chief Executive Stephen Odell said in a Reuters interview. Odell also said he was "very ...
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