Motley Fool  Mar 4  Comment 
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Channel News Asia  Dec 27  Comment 
STOCKHOLM: China's Geely, which already owns the Swedish car brand Volvo, has now become the biggest shareholder in AB Volvo, the world's second-largest truck manufacturer in a transaction worth around €2.7 billion (US$3.2 billion), it announced...
Financial Times  Oct 20  Comment 
Plenty in the tank for the long haul
Reuters  Oct 20  Comment 
Sweden's AB Volvo reported a bigger-than-expected rise in quarterly core earnings on Friday as stronger demand for heavy trucks more than offset costs stemming from strains on its supply chain, sending its shares to a record high.

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