Stimulus measures continued to boost the Russian new-car market in June, with sales up 45% to 174,838 units, including light-commercial vehicles. It was the fourth straight month of year-on-year increases, pushing first-half results into positive territory, up 3% to 790,517. In releasing the figures, the Association of European Businesses’ automobile manufacturers committee says this is in line with its forecast of further growth in the overall market, and it now expects 1.67 million ...

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