VIENNA – ZAO Unison launches assembly of Iranian-made Samand sedans at its factory in Obchak, Belarus, near the capital of Minsk. Up to 820 Samands will be produced this year from assembly kits sourced from Iran Khodro Co., local media reports say. Another 4,000-6,000 cars will be assembled in 2007. "We intend to use Belarus as a regional production center for exports to Russia, Armenia and Europe, including Poland,” says Manoucher Manteghi, managing director of Iran Khodro Industrial ...

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