VIENNA – Toyota signs a memorandum of understanding with the government of Kazakhstan to begin local assembly of the Toyota Fortuner SUV from complete-knocked-down kits. The vehicles are to be assembled by SaryarkaAvtoProm, a joint venture owned 51% by the distribution company Allur Auto and 49% by state-owned SPK Tobol. SaryarkaAvtoProm is using the premises of the AgromashHolding plant in Kostanay for its activities. The company is assembling Ssangyong, UAZ and ZAZ cars and ...

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