STOCKHOLM, March 24 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo said on Wednesday shipments of its trucks rose 11 percent year-on-year in February as firmer demand in Asia helped offset lingering weakness on both sides of the Atlantic. Volvo, which sells trucks under the Renault, Mack, UD Trucks and Eicher brands as well as its own name, said deliveries fell 19 percent in Europe while they eased 1 percent in North America. In Asia, the biggest market for Volvo in the month in terms of ...
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