MOSCOW, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Global car makers are fighting for a share in Russia's fast growing autos market as they seek to take advantage of emerging market growth and government-sponsored incentives for local production. The state has given companies until the end of February to sign commitments for increased Russia-based production in return for lower import tariffs for parts, and many see domestic Russian players as ideal joint venture partners. [ID:nLDE71H13Y] Russia is on track to ...
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