VIENNA – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and the Russian Republic of Udmurtia sign a memorandum of understanding to produce cars and commercial vehicles at the bankrupt OAO IzhAvto plant, based in the capital of Izhevsk. Last year, IzhAvto halted production at the end of April as a result of the global economic crisis, and the auto maker filed for bankruptcy in August. The agreement marks the first step in re-launching output at the facility. No official information has been released regarding ...

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