VIENNA — Once considered one of the most promising growth markets in the world, foreign automakers refuse to give up on the troubled Russian market. “In the big picture, General Motors realizes eight high-growth markets will be crucial to maintaining its global leadership. One is Russia, alongside China and India,” says David J. Herman, General Motors Corp.'s vice president for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Despite the high hopes, sales of foreign vehicles are ...

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