ST. PETERSBURG – Government officials in St. Petersburg reject Daimler’s conditions for construction of a Mercedes-Benz production plant in Russia’s second-largest city. Daimler had asked the city for numerous financial incentives including providing a site for the plant at no cost to the German automaker. The city cannot afford what would be a costly concession, says Maxim Meyksin, chairman of the Committee on Industrial Policy of the St. Petersburg ...

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