New-vehicle sales continued strong in Russia in March, with deliveries increasing 13% year-over-year to 252,816 units, putting the first-quarter total ahead 19% to 614,273. “The passenger-car and light-commercial-vehicles market in Russia continued to show sustained growth in March, though at a lower level than in the first two months of 2012,” David Thomas, chairman of the Association of European Businesses auto makers’ committee, says in a statement. “We are ...

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