STOCKHOLM, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Global number two truck maker AB Volvo's July truck deliveries rose 22 percent, an acceleration stimulated by reviving North American demand, and the group forecast sales would remain strong in 2004. Total deliveries in July were 105,423 units compared with 86,090 units in July 2003, the company said on Thursday. Volvo reported that July deliveries from its U.S. Mack brand rose 26 percent while those from Renault Trucks were up 13 percent. Deliveries from ...
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