VIENNA – Ford Motor Co. ZAO, the Russian Ford plant based in Vsevolozhsk, near St. Petersburg, may assemble Land Rover vehicles, the Russian business daily Kommersant says. The newspaper says it was told by an unnamed source at the plant that construction work on a new assembly shop earmarked for Land Rover started earlier this month. Land Rover assembly from semi-knocked-down kits reportedly could be launched during 2007, while completely knocked-down assembly may follow in late 2007 or ...
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