VIENNA – The Association of European Businesses, which represents and promotes the interests of European companies conducting business in Russia, expects about 1.5 million cars and light-commercial vehicles to be sold in the country in 2010. The forecast calls for a slight increase on the 1,465,917 million vehicles delivered last year. There are other predictions as well. “Our forecast is slightly more optimistic than the AEB forecast,” Valery Tarakanov, head of marketing of Russia’s ...

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