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Volvo Cars halts IPO plan citing trade tensions and downturn

'We've come to the conclusion that the timing is not optimal'

'We've come to the conclusion that the timing is not optimal'

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Volvo shifts XC60 production to avoid tariffs, chases record sales

Crossovers for U.S. shifted from China; quarterly profit up 29 percent

Crossovers for U.S. shifted from China; quarterly profit up 29 percent.

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Volvo Cars CEO says auto tariffs threaten jobs at new U.S. plant

Trump threat is ‘against all the logic of modern economies that trade with each other’

Trump threat is 'against all the logic of modern economies that trade with each other.'

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2019 Volvo S60 sneak peak from Volvo's CEO

We've seen the V60 wagon, now here's the sedan

It looks good, from what we can see.

Volvo sets another earnings record, sees more growth ahead under Geely

Here's what's next as Geely looks to Volvo trucks, reportedly buys a stake in Daimler.

Here's what's next as Geely looks to Volvo trucks, reportedly buys a stake in Daimler.

Volvo Cars CEO says new diesel engines are likely its last

Diesels are 50 percent of the market in Europe, and most XC90s sold there are diesel.

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Volvo aims to sell autonomous vehicle by 2021

But the company still needs to find partners to support its efforts.

Volvo puts the target on its back. Can the Swedish company deliver?

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Volvo to go autonomous only when 'it's not really fun to drive'

The company reiterated its plans to accept liability for its autonomous products.

Volvo's CEO believes that drivers still want to drive. That's a sentiment we can really get behind.

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Autoblog Minute: Volvo, Mercedes, Google back autonomous tech

Companies Will Accept Liability For Their Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars could make our commutes a breeze but what happens when something goes wrong? Three industry leaders step up with an answer. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Pete Bigelow.

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Volvo, Others to Assume Liability for Driverless Cars | Autoblog Minute

Self-driving cars could make our commutes a breeze but what happens when something goes wrong? Three industry leaders step up with an answer. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute. .FW

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Volvo bets on hybrids, autonomous car technology

Volvo Chief Explains Company's New Path

There's a lot happening at Volvo right now. To get an idea of what's ahead for the Swedish automaker, we sit down with the company's chief, Hakan Samuelsson, to get a glimpse into the future of Volvo.

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Volvo eying return to 100k US sales to ensure dealer profitability

Struggling Volvo may be on a verge of a renaissance thanks to the forthcoming completion of its lauded concept car trilogy, new Drive-E engine family and much-discussed SP

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US could get Chinese Volvos soon, possibly Geely joint-venture subcompact?

After a little more than three years since Volvo was acquired by China's Geely, it was only a matter of time before products from this marriage started to show up in the US. Although nothing seems to be written in stone, Automotive News is reporting that the US could be getting Chinese-made V

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Volvo returns to profitability

Ford sold Volvo to Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Limited in 2010. Just two years later, Geely announced an $11-billion investment in the Swedish carmaker, its charismatic fugleman Li Shifu saying, "We want to revive Volvo and give the brand its strength

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Volvo will replace C70... eventually

Volvo has already announced the end of production for its C70 hardtop convertible, a handsome but seriously dated offering that was last refreshed in 2010. Volvo won't be abandoning the two-door coupe-convertible market for long, though, as news out of Australia claims that a replacement, based on the striking Concept Cou

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Volvo CEO to shell out nearly $700k to settle MAN corruption investigation

Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson will be making a rather large charitable donation - 500,000 Euros ($668,000), according to Bloomberg. This is not, however, a move out of the goodness of his heart. It's part of an agreement the exec made after a court case in Germany. Samuelsson spent nine years at truck manufacturer MAN, with his last four years as the boss. During his tenure, though, MAN was accuse