Volvo wins Chinese bus orders


STOCKHOLM, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The world's number two truck maker, Sweden's Volvo , has signed agreements to deliver 152 buses in China, the firm said on Tuesday. Volvo, whose bus business has two joint venture companies in China, said in a statement it had concluded a framework agreement to supply 100 buses to Quick Deer. The first 10 buses will be delivered during the remainder of this year and the rest in 2006, the firm said. Volvo said it had also signed orders for an additional 52 ...

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