OAO GAZ, Russia’s third-largest car maker, has restarted production of Volga cars, ending a 1-month hiatus due to weak demand. The company produced 65,648 cars at its plant in Nizhniy Novgorod last year, down 18.6% from 2001. That doesn’t include the 4,258 knocked-down kits shipped to two Ukrainian assemblers, 49.3% more than in 2001. Volga output resumes at GAZ. GAZ currently is preparing for the second-quarter launch of a replacement for its mainstay Volga 3110, which is ...

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