MOSCOW — Western carmakers planning to invest in Russia used last month's Moscow motor show to underline their long-term commitment to the country. But in the short term, they say they have to modify their plans, postpone some steps and reduce some volumes. Fiat SpA's original plan was to start assembly of Fiat cars at Nizhegorod Motors, a joint venture with OAO GAZ and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in autumn 1998. But Job One has been postponed several ...
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