VIENNA — Economic uncertainty continues to upset plans in Russia, where Skoda Auto a.s. and Magna-Steyr decide to shelve joint venture programs. Skoda will postpone its decision about forming a JV with Russian carmaker OAO Izhmash. A Skoda source says a contract regarding the JV may not be signed before this fall. Earlier this year, Skoda signed a letter of intent to build passenger cars with Izhmash. At the time, the companies said they could start production of the Skoda Felicia in the ...

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