STOCKHOLM, May 20 (Reuters) - A 202 percent surge in Volvo's North American truck deliveries in April was the result of ramped-up output after strike action at its Virginia plant in February and March, a Volvo spokesman said on Tuesday. "It's a temporary effect," investor relations head Christer Johansson said. "We had a strike in one of our plants in February and March and what we've been trying to do is to catch up production now in April." In a statement, the Swedish truck maker said ...
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