STOCKHOLM, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Swedish truckmaker Volvo said on Monday deliveries of trucks in July increased 29 percent year-on-year, boosted by a surge in demand from the United States. Volvo said 12,673 trucks were delivered in July compared with 9,788 a year ago -- a boost due to a rush of orders from the United States because of new U.S. engine emission regulations that take effect in autumn. North America generates some 30 percent of the turnover of Volvo, the world's second-biggest ...
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