VIENNA — Less than 10 years ago, automotive insiders had high hopes for the Ukraine. General Motors Corp. and Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. were battling it out for control of ZAO AvtoZAZ, while other automakers hoped they could successfully break into the market, about a third the size of Russia. A decade and an economic crisis later, the Ukrainian auto market has crashed and recovery may be a long time coming. Once the flagship of the country's automotive industry, ZAO AvtoZAZ's hopes that ...
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