AvtoVAZ sees 2010 Lada sales rising 46 pct


MOSCOW, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Russia's biggest car maker AvtoVAZ said on Friday it expects sales of its Lada cars to rise by 46 percent in 2010 to more than 510,000 units. The company, in which France's Renault has a 25 percent stake, plans to sell 160,000 units in the fourth quarter alone, Artyom Fedosov, AvtoVAZ' Vice-President for Marketing and Sales, said. AvtoVAZ was the chief victim of the financial and industry crisis last year but has since enjoyed a sharp state-backed recovery ...

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