Ford Sollers worker assembles an Explorer SUV at the automaker’s Elabuga plant in the Republic of Tatarstan.
Crimea’s decision to rejoin Russia has heightened tensions in the global community, but it’s unlikely to have a dramatic effect on Russia’s auto industry, experts say. In response to the Crimean election, in which 95% of voters in the Ukrainian region favored annexation by Russia, President Obama imposed sanctions on two of President Vladimir Putin’s top aides and nine others involved in Russia’s military incursion into Crimea. But widespread sanctions have not ...
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