STOCKHOLM, June 25 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo said on Monday deliveries of its trucks fell 10 percent in January through May, hit by lingering weakness in its second-biggest market North America. Volvo delivered 82,865 trucks in the period, the firm said in a statement, a number boosted by the inclusion of recent acquisition Nissan Diesel which was consolidated in the group last month. Shipments excluding Nissan trucks fell 17 percent in the period to 76,635 vehicles, ...
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