The Russian auto industry’s retreat continued in November with deliveries down 4% year-on-year to 231,982 units. The Association of European Businesses’ Automobile Manufacturers Committee says the latest result left the 11-month total down 6% to 2,513,163 units. “No question, the total industry is still declining, albeit at a slower pace,” committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says in a statement. “The long-awaited flattening of year-on-year sales trend has yet to ...

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