VIENNA – General Motors has approved plans to expand production in Russia in order to benefit from the country‘s new automotive policy framework, Jim Bovenzi, president and managing director of GM Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States, tells the local business daily Vedomosti. GM Russia signed a memorandum of understanding with Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development in February, in which the auto maker affirmed its intent to meet the new regulations for vehicle assembly, also ...

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