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Fri, Jun 17 2016

BRIEF-Maersk's APM Terminals signs contract with Volvo in India

June 17 A. P. Moller-Maersk's port unit APM Terminals

TomTom wins deal to provide Volvo with maps, navigation, traffic data

AMSTERDAM, June 8 TomTom, the Dutch navigation company, said it had won a contract to provide Sweden's Volvo with real-time maps and traffic data for its cars.

Volvo rolls out cars of future built on common Geely platform

GOTHENBURG, Sweden Volvo showed off its first two concept cars based on a new common platform with Chinese owner Geely on Wednesday, a small car and an SUV it hopes will help secure a firm premium market foothold.

Volvo rolls out cars of future built on common Geely platform

GOTHENBURG, Sweden, May 18 Volvo showed off its first two concept cars based on a new common platform with Chinese owner Geely on Wednesday, a small car and an SUV it hopes will help secure a firm premium market foothold.

UPDATE 3-Truckmaker Volvo banks on European demand as U.S. and Brazil weaken

* Shares in Volvo rose 5.0 percent by 0811 GMT (Adds news conference, background, share)

Volvo sees stronger upturn in Europe as U.S. slump deepens

STOCKHOLM Global truck maker Volvo forecast stronger demand in Europe but the reverse in retreating markets such as the United States and Brazil this year as cost cuts helped it to a smaller than expected dip in first quarter core earnings.

RPT-Volvo Q1 core profit tops forecast

STOCKHOLM, April 22 Global truck maker Volvo reported a smaller than expected slide in first quarter core earnings on Friday and raised its forecast for the European truck market while predicting deeper downturns in North America and Brazil.

Volvo Q1 core profit tops forecast

STOCKHOLM, April 22 Global truck maker Volvo reported a smaller than expected slide in first quarter core earnings on Friday and raised its forecast for the European truck market while predicting deeper downturns in North America and Brazil.

BRIEF-Trimble says Volvo CE signs machine control integration agreement with company

* Volvo CE signs machine control integration agreement with Trimble Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +1-646-223-8780)

UPDATE 2-Volvo plans to test up to 100 self-driving cars in China experiment

* Targets 10 pct sales growth in China this year (Adds sales outlook, CEO comments)

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