VIENNA – Assembly of Geely cars from semi-knocked-down kits is under way once again at the Kremenchugsky Avtosborochny Zavod assembly plant in Kremenchug, Ukraine. Controlled by Ukraine’s Geely distributor AIS, KrASZ is restarting Geely assembly as a result of the higher duties that are being levied on a large number of imported cars with gasoline engines. The assembler previously built Geely cars between March 2007 and January 2012. KrASZ also produces Ssangyong ...

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