Volvo


Demand boom for heavy trucks has ended in Europe

26/11/19 -"Producers of heavy trucks have experienced an unprecedented boom in recent years. This was true for all regions, but the European growth rate started to turn negative in Q3 of this year, while the US ..."

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26/11/19
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