STOCKHOLM, Dec 20 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo said on Thursday its truck shipments rose 4 percent in January through November on the back of firm demand in its key European market and acquired growth in Asia. The Sweden-based firm delivered 209,426 trucks in the period, a rise from from 201,050 in the corresponding period a year ago, Volvo said in a statement. This would mean deliveries in November alone rose 21 percent year-on-year to 24,378 units, including Nissan ...
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