Volvo


European truck registrations -19% in February

25/03/20 -"Registrations of heavy trucks and buses peaked in June last year. The numbers have fallen by double-digits ever since. This was exclusively the result of weak demand for heavy trucks, whereas ..."

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25/03/20
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Debt Graphics : Sensitivities
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