STOCKHOLM, April 25 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo's top executive said on Friday he expected order bookings in North America, suffering from the slowdown of the U.S. economy, to improve during the end of this year. "I think the answer to that must be yes and you actually saw an increase at (group truck brand) Mack already this quarter," Volvo Chief Executive Leif Johansson told a news conference, responding to a question if he expected order intake in the North American ...
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