Volvo to be delisted from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg stock exchange

Volvo to be delisted from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg stock exchange As announced earlier, Volvo has applied to be delisted from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg stock exchanges. This application has now been approved and the Volvo share will be delisted from Frankfurt and Düsseldorf stock exchanges on June 25, 2004 and from Hamburg stock exchange on September 30, 2004. In October 2003, Volvo announced that the Company's Board had decided to apply to be delisted from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg stock exchanges. Volvo has been listed on the German exchanges in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Hamburg since 1974. This listing was a feature of the Board's efforts to increase international ownership in Volvo. However, the deregulation of the international capital markets and the increased foreign ownership of shares on Stockholmsbörsen have meant that this special listing has outlived its usefulness. June 23, 2004 For further information, please contact Fredrik Brunell, Tel: +46 (0)31-66 11 91 ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2004/06/23/20040623BIT21620/wkr0001.pdf

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