VIENNA – Russian vehicle makers may establish assembly plants in regions that currently have no automotive industry. The largest country in the world, Russia extends across roughly 40% of Europe and the whole of northern Asia. All of Russia’s vehicle plants are located in the European part of the country, but that could change. OAO AvtoVAZ, the manufacturer of Lada cars and Renault SA-Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s alliance partner, currently is searching for a location to assemble Nissan ...

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