Russian sales of new passenger cars and light-commercial vehicles dived 46% in November to 105,302 units, leaving 11-month deliveries down 50% to 1,337,792, the Association of European Businesses reports. AEB Automobile Manufacturers Committee Chairman David Thomas notes the latest result was an improvement from the 52% year-on-year fall in October. “While it is encouraging to see a slightly better November (year-to-year), the level of retail demand remains weak coming into December, ...

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