KIEV, Russia — India's Tata group has plans to assemble a range of vehicles in the Ukraine, including its sport/utility vehicle, the Safari, plus its Sumo and 2- and 4-door Telcoline vehicles, published reports here say. The confederation of independent states is interested in Tata vehicles due to their high quality and low prices compared with popular brands, industry sources say. Local automobile dealers believe the Ukraine can successfully market the vehicles in Russia if plans for ...

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