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    Report: Current Volvo XC90 to live on in China?

    The current, long-serving Volvo XC90 might not be going away as soon as we thought – at least not in China. According to word from CarNewsChina, the crossover's production will be moved to Daqing, China, in December and from that point on, be built at Geely's factory. The only available ...

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    Report: Volvo looking for partner in North America, seeks meaningful long-term relationship

    Volvo is hoping to expand production into North America, and according to BusinessWeek, the Swedish automaker is currently on the search for a partnership here in the States. Ideally, this partnership would be with another manufacturer that Volvo would agree to share small car development costs ...

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    Report: Volvo hiring 1,200 in Europe, adding capacity

    China's Geely has big plans for its Volvo brand, with a goal of reaching 800,000 global sales per year by 2020 or sooner. To accomplish that feat, the automaker will need to bolster its factories and hire more workers, and Automotive News reports the Swedish automaker plans to do just ...

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    Report: Volvo to hire 200 in Sweden in expectation of higher demand

    2011 Volvo S60 T6 AWD – Click above for high-res image gallery
    When the dust settles on 2010, Volvo anticipates global sales of about 380,000 units. That's probably less than Volvo executives (and the new owners at Zhejiang Geely) were hoping for, but a global slump in auto sales is at ...

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    Rumormill: Volvo readying five-door hatchback to boost brand's overall sales

    2010 Volvo C30 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Volvo CEO Stefan Jacoby wants to move 800,000 vehicles across the globe per year by 2020, which would more than double last year's sales tally of 350,000 and signal a reversal of sales declines. Jacoby expects about 250,000 of those ...

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    Ford to make fewer Volvos, possibly in prep for sale

    Volvo, once the success story in Ford's Premier Automotive Group, has hit choppy waters. And according to Wall Street Journal insiders, Ford is preparing to treat the Swedish automaker the same way it did the English ones: slap some floaties on it and keep the brand bobbing long enough to sell ...


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