VIENNA – Volkswagen AG is considering using the Gruppa GAZ vehicle plant in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, to build some of its vehicles, as it seeks out ways to expand local production to meet its mid-term growth targets. VW Chairman Martin Winterkorn mentioned the possible cooperation with GAZ during a meeting with Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Moscow this week. “The main reason for our visit is the fact that the development of the Russian market in general, and of Volkswagen’s ...
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