Russian new-vehicle sales soared 62% to 71,802 units in October from like-2009, driving the industry to raise its full-year forecast to 1.8 million. The Association of European Businesses’ automobile manufacturers committee says the monthly result left year-to-date deliveries up 22% to 1,509,505 units. Committee Chairman David Thomas says it is the first time in 2010 that year-to-date growth has been above 20%. The AEB’s auto committee has seen a change at its top level, with Martin ...
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