STOCKHOLM, June 26 (Reuters) - Vehicle deliveries by Sweden's Volvo, the world's second biggest truck maker, rose 2 percent in January through May, the firm said on Monday. Volvo delivered 92,381 trucks in the period, up from 90,491 a year earlier. The firm said deliveries in Europe, its biggest market, rose 12 percent year-on-year while they were up 13 percent in North America. Deliveries in Asia fell 61 percent year-on-year in the five-month period.
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