BUCHAREST, Romania - It’s the most unusual site among all motor shows with top status in Eastern Europe. The Bucharest Motor Show is held at the Baneasa domestic airport here in the Romaero buildings, which at one time were used for production of aircraft. The Romanian car market itself is unusual. Despite declining sales of locally made cars and increasing imports, domestic carmaker Automobile Dacia S.A. dominates the market. The company, majority owned by Renault S.A., sold 27,495 cars ...
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