WARSAW, July 22 (Reuters) - The world second-biggest truck maker Volvo will set up an accounting and IT development centre employing 500 people in the southwestern Polish city of Wroclaw, the Polish government said on Friday. Poland's Economy Ministry said company and government officials would sign an investment agreement on Monday. Volvo already employs 1,000 people in Poland. Its facilities include a Wroclaw truck and bus plant that became the company's largest bus factory in Europe ...
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