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Volvo – an energized future

Things turned out well in the end. The shares of Swedish carmaker Volvo grew by about 22 percent on Friday at its stock market debut in Stockholm. That wasn’t necessarily certain after a few stumbling blocks paved the way to the stock exchange floor. Investors criticized that the share price was too high and that the Chinese parent company Geely had too much influence.

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