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Volvo aims to increase production in Sweden, needs more employees


Volvo Cars has made a great announcement for the Swedish economy – the carmaker owned by China’s Geely intends to hire 1,300 more workers to boost production output at its Torslanda, Gothenburg factory. The move has been prompted by increased customer demand for the automaker’s products, and also the company's need to cater for the production start of the recently introduced ...
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