Russian new-vehicle sales rose for the sixth month in a row in August, soaring 51% to 168,627 units. The Association of European Businesses’ automobile manufacturers committee says the result left 8-month deliveries up 15% at 1,135,074. Committee Chairman David Thomas says it is encouraging to see the continued upward trend for the industry, even through the traditional holiday month of August. “There were some concerns that the smog in Moscow might affect the industry, but other than ...
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