MOSCOW — The Russian market has virtually bottomed out for General Motors Corp. as first half results see a 90% drop in sales; accounting for a mere 242 units, including 115 locally assembled Chevrolet Blazer sport/utility vehicles, 81 Opel vehicles, 41 Chevrolet passenger cars and four Cadillacs. The number pales compared to last year's 2,546 units. Experts blame Russia's suffering economy, a result of last year's global financial crisis. “The situation has not improved substantially,” ...

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