Volvo


More cautious expectations based on worse-than-expected registration numbers in EU and USA

30/06/20 -"We have incorporated more pessimistic truck and bus registration numbers in Volvo’s largest markets (EU and USA), while taking into account China’s strong recovery. For example, we have increased our ..."

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