LONDON – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is considering a plan to boost the Russian car market by pumping up to €300 million ($381 million) into the Russian Standard Bank, freeing up capital to finance existing auto loans and enabling the bank to offer millions of dollars worth of new car loans. The proposed project would be one of the first and largest vehicle-loan securities made by the EBRD. Officials say it would make auto financing more readily available, ...

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