LOS ANGELES, May 28 (Reuters) - Volvo AB isn't betting on a recovery in the struggling U.S. truck market this year, an executive with the world's No. 2 truck maker said on Wednesday. Stefan Lorentzson, president of Volvo Group North America, which makes Mack Trucks, said it was still unclear whether U.S. construction activity would pick up this year, and by extension the need for more trucks. "Construction work and all that has more or less stopped," Lorentzson said in an interview. "So ...
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