Volvo deliveries up 20 pct in Jan-August period

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STOCKHOLM, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Vehicle deliveries by Sweden's Volvo , the world's second biggest truck maker, rose 20 percent in January through August, the company said on Monday. The rise was the same as registered in the January to July period. Volvo said in a statement that deliveries of its Mack brand rose 55 percent, Renault Trucks were up 10 percent while Volvo Trucks rose 18 percent during the period.

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