(Repeats to fix typo in "the Netherlands" in headline) STOCKHOLM, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The world's second biggest truck and bus maker Volvo said on Monday it had received an order from the Netherlands to deliver 50 buses. "We have received an order for 50 buses from (Dutch public transport company) Connexxion," Per-Martin Johansson, the spokesman for the Volvo bus unit said.
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