STOCKHOLM, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Vehicle deliveries by global number two truck maker AB Volvo's rose 22 percent year-on-year in January through October, boosted by an upturn in its main markets Europe and North America, Volvo said on Thursday. Total deliveries in the January-October period were 152.801 units, up from 124.994 units in the year-ago period. "In October we deliver 19.000 trucks, which is the highest number so far," the truck maker's Chief Executive Leif Johansson said in a ...
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