VIENNA – Ulyanovsky Avtomobilny Zavod (UAZ), the Russian SUV and light-commercial-vehicle maker controlled by Sollers, is increasing its output target for the year. The original plan called for 57,000 vehicles to be built, but UAZ now plans to manufacture 62,700. The auto maker also expects to add 800 workers by year’s end. In April, UAZ will launch production of its first vehicles equipped with engines that meet Euro 4 emissions requirements. As with other Russian car makers, UAZ is ...

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