STOCKHOLM, March 17 (Reuters) - Vehicle deliveries by Sweden's Volvo, the world's second largest truck maker, rose 29 percent in January through February as demand remained high in its core markets, the firm said on Thursday. Volvo delivered 33,508 trucks in the period up from 25,990 a year earlier. The firm, which also makes buses and construction equipment, said order bookings for its truck operations were up 35 percent compared to the previous year.
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