VIENNA – The Chevrolet Niva SUV, which is to be produced at General Motors Corp.- OAO AvtoVAZ joint venture in Togliatti, Russia, will be launched in Western Europe in early 2004, says David Herman, who is retiring April 1 from his post as GM’s vice president-Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). See related story: Foreign Automakers Continue to Show Interest in Russia GM reportedly will not name a replacement. Herman, who will continue to consult GM regarding ...

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