VIENNA – Lada maker AO AvtoVAZ plans to boost output of its Lada 2110 model range, which consists of the Lada 2110 sedan, 2111 station wagon and 2112 hatchback. The auto maker says it has reached an agreement with its trade unions to stretch the second shift at its assembly plant. The agreement enables second-shift workers to operate on a 9-hour shift instead of the normal eight hours. The new work schedule should boost daily output by 50 cars. The additional production is ...

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