Daimler considering Mercedes assembly in Russia despite stagnant market.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia – The Russian government is refusing to provide additional support to domestic auto manufacturers and global automakers operating plants in the country, amid steadily declining car sales and devaluation of the ruble. The decision follows a recent meeting between the members of the Russian government, headed by Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov, with representatives of leading automakers including Renault, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Ford, Toyota, Mitsubishi and ...
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