PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - French automaker Renault SA expects to decide this winter whether to return to the Russian car market, Executive Vice President Georges Douin told Reuters on Thursday. Renault has been mulling building cars in significant numbers in Russia since the late 1990s but has yet to make a final decision. An attempt by Renault's local joint venture Avtovramos to assemble the mid-sized Megane was abandoned after the 1998 Russian economic crisis after duties on the ...
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