VIENNA ‚Äď OAO Sollers, the Russian car and commercial-vehicle manufacturer, will launch vehicle assembly in Vladivostok, Russia‚Äôs largest port city on the Pacific Ocean. Currently, there are no vehicle plants in the Far East, and the Russian government has given priority to industrial projects in the region. The distance from Moscow to Vladivostok is 3,995 miles (6,430 km). Plans call for the assembly of Isuzu-brand light-duty trucks, previous-generation Fiat Ducato light-commercial ...
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