MOSCOW, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo Trucks expects disappointing sales growth of 25 percent on the Russian market to 15,000 vehicles in the next few years, the managing director of its Russian unit told Reuters. "For sure we are disappointed, but you can't expect to grow 100 percent every year," Lars Corneliusson, managing director of Volvo's Russia unit, said in an interview cleared for publication on Wednesday. He added that the Russian truck market as a whole can reasonably ...
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