VIENNA – OAO GAZ, Russia’s second-largest vehicle maker, plans to phase out production of its Volga passenger cars within the next few years. Oleg Deripaska, chairman of Bazovy Element, which controls GAZ, says the vehicle maker will focus on commercial vehicles in the future. Volga 31105 to be phased out. GAZ considered various strategies but decided lack of money would prevent the development and production of a completely new model range that would be competitive. The ...
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