VIENNA – ZAO ZAZ, the Ukrainian auto maker controlled by Ukrainskaya Avtomobilnaya Korporatsya (UkrAvto), will extend production of its 1103 Slavuta small sedan. Output of the Slavuta, which has been produced since 1999, was to end later this year, but UkrAvto Vice President Oleg Papashev says ZAZ will continue building the car in 2009. The Slavuta starts at about €4,700 ($6,100), one of the lowest-priced models on the Ukrainian market. It is based on the Tavria, a hatchback developed in ...

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