STOCKHOLM, May 24 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo said on Thursday that deliveries of its trucks fell 17 percent in January through April as demand fell sharply in its second biggest market, North America. Volvo delivered 60,536 trucks in the period, down from 72,661 a year earlier, it said in a statement. This would mean shipments in April alone fell 27.4 percent year-on-year to 14,045 trucks, according to Reuters' calculations.
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