Lada 2110 M Russia’s OAO AvtoVAZ, Eastern Europe’s largest auto maker, is cutting production as a result of lower demand for its cars. Russian media reports say assembly lines likely will be halted from Oct. 28 to Nov. 10 and that workers will receive two-thirds of their normal pay for the period. There is no official confirmation of the plan. However an Oct. 11 AvtoVAZ press release says, due to the high number of Lada cars in stock, "AvtoVAZ is preparing a decision on a ...

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