VIENNA – There are no immediate plans for assembly of Subaru cars in Russia, says Kazushi Yoshida, the new executive director of Russian importer Subaru Motor. “We have suspended consideration of the matter, as our main target is the creation of a new long-term development strategy of the Subaru brand in Russia for five years,” Yoshida is quoted as saying by the Russian newspaper RBK Daily. Yoshida, who served as managing director of the company until 2011, returned ...

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