Russia’s new-vehicle deliveries slowed in September but still rose 10% to 259,582 units, taking the 9-month total to 2,187,797 for a 14% gain. The September growth rate fell short of August results, up 15%, and July, up 14%. “The hot phase of fast year-on-year growth in Russia is over, for now,” Joerg Schreiber, chairman of the Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee, says in a statement. “On the backdrop of the situation in the ...

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