CEO Says VW Standing By Russia Growth Plan

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* New Kaluga engine plant unaffected by crisis -CEO * Says sales in Russia "continue to look good" * VW spending 840 mln euros in Russia 2013-15 HANOVER, Germany, March 20 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen will stick with ambitious expansion plans in Russia even as European leaders consider sanctions over the country's seizure of Crimea, the carmaker's chief executive said. EU leaders will hold talks on Thursday about how to tighten the screws on Russia, how to support ...

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