Grand Cherokee among models expected to be assembled in Russia.
VIENNA – Fiat is expected to sign an agreement in June that will clear the way for its planned new assembly plant in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Italian company will ink the deal at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, which takes place June 21-23, Alexei Chichkanov, chairman of the Committee for Investment and Strategic Projects of St. Petersburg, tells local media. Fiat signed a letter of intent in late February calling for Sberbank Rossii to finance the project and ...
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