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Volvo is planning to go fully electric by 2030

image of Volvo's new electric car Volvo C40 Recharge being charged

Volvo's new electric car Volvo C40 Recharge is part of the company's electric vehicle family, which they plan to extend. Image: REUTERS/TT news agency

Nick Carey
Journalist, Reuters
Helena Soderpalm
Journalist, Reuters
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