STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The world's second biggest truck maker, Volvo , said on Wednesday its fourth quarter earnings would be boosted by some 20 million euros after a deal reached with Renault in a long-standing dispute. The dispute dates back to the 2000 acquisition by Volvo of Renault's truck business Renault V.I./Mack in exchange for 15 percent of shares in Volvo. Volvo said that under the deal, Renault would pay it 108 million euros to end a disagreement on "the value of ...
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