General Motors Russian group sales soared 82% in May to 23,102, for a year-to-date result up 66% to 88,339. GM also confirms plans today to increase annual production capacity 75% in Russia to 350,000 units over the next five years, bringing a total of 1,500 new jobs to its two assembly plants. The Chevrolet brand ranked No.2 in May, with deliveries soaring 62% to 16,805 units for a 5-month total up 49% to 63,434. The Chevy Niva cross/utility vehicle placed No.11 in car sales, up 39% ...
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