Russia’s SOK Group, which controls the OAO IzhAvto and ZAO RosLada car plants, as well as several suppliers, plans to sell its 72% stake in engine maker OAO HK Barnaultransmash, based in Barnaul, Siberia. SOK’s decision in part is a result of an earlier move by Lada maker OAO AvtoVAZ to cancel plans for high-volume sourcing of diesel engines from Barnaultransmash. Lada introduced a diesel in the 2105 in November. Barnaultransmash, situated in Barnaul in the Altay region of ...

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