VIENNA – Mazda plans to build an assembly plant in the province of Primorye in Russia’s Far East. The facility will build the Mazda6 as well as a second model that is not on the market yet. The agreement between Mazda and the Russian government was signed within the old automotive policy framework, also known as the old Decree 166, Dmitry Levchenkov, head of the special economic zones department at the Russian Ministry for Economic Development, tells Russian journalists. That means ...

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