Russia’s new-vehicle sales climbed 31% in May to 157,937 units, from 120,367 year-ago, leaving results for the first five months down 5% to 615,665. The Association of European Businesses automobile manufacturers committee says May was the third-straight month to show gains. AEB Committee Chairman David Thomas says although total volume for the month was lower than April due to the vacation period, the current sales trend indicates the market should continue to see growth through the ...

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