MOSCOW — High costs and poor service caused most foreign automakers to boycott this year's Moscow motor show, leaving local carmakers all the attention. But foreign companies continue to show interest in the market and say they'll be back next year with products and further news updates on local production. Renault SA and Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. were the only foreign automakers officially participating in the show, held in late August. Vehicles from Audi AG and Skoda Auto a.s. were ...
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