BURSA, Turkey, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Turkish light commercial vehicle maker Karsan expects sales to increase by 15-20 percent this year, due to an increase in Renault Trucks production and new bus output, CEO Murat Selek told Reuters. In the same interview, Karsan executive board member Jan Nahum said a decision in the tender to produce the next generation of New York City taxis, in which Karsan is participating, could be made in March. He said the company was looking at the feasibility of ...
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