Hungary's Raba sees rising Russian sales in 2006


BUDAPEST, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Hungarian vehicle parts maker Raba expects exports to Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States to rise next year after it secured several orders, the company said on Tuesday. Raba's sales in the region are expected to rise to over 15 million euros from an expected 13 million euros in 2005 and 8.7 million euros in 2004, Raba said in a statement. Raba added that it had recently signed around 14 million euros worth of contracts for 2006 with several ...

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