Russia’s yearlong slump in new-vehicle demand may be nearing an end as March sales show the first signs of consolidation, but the industry is not so sure. Deliveries for the month of 243,335 units were just 890 short of the prior-year 244,225 total, Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee data shows. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says the Russian car market entered a phase of contraction one year ago, which, with the exception of December 2013, ...

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