VIENNA – Production at the Ukraine-based car maker ZAT AvtoZAZ-Daewoo for the first four months of 2002 reached 5,516 vehicles, a 512.9% increase over the same period last year, when only 900 vehicles were made. The company produced 3,490 units of its Tavria small car range, which includes the Tavria hatchback, Slavuta sedan and a Tavria-based pickup. It also built 840 units of the ZAZ-Daewoo L-1300, which is a Daewoo Lanos powered by a Ukrainian 1.3L engine. In addition, ...

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