The Russian marketâ€™s comeback from the depths of 2009 is on solid footing, a study released this week by The Boston Consulting Group suggests. Car and light-commercial-vehicle demand rebounded to 1.91 million units in 2010, up 29% from depressed prior-year levels, when sales were slashed in half as the global recession tightened its grip, and company forecasters are calling for continued sizable annual gains into the next decade. Domestic-vehicle production capacity will swell 29% by ...
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