Russian new-vehicle sales fell 5.5% last year to 2.8 million units and the industry is expecting another slight drop this year, to 2.73 million. The Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee says 2013 ended on a positive note, with deliveries up 4% in December to 264,257 units. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says the strong finish in the final month of 2013 alleviated what had been a difficult year after a record 2012 saw 2.94 million deliveries. “No ...

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