MOSCOW, May 31 (Reuters) - May sales at AvtoVAZ , Russia's largest carmaker, jumped 60 percent year-on-year, company president Igor Komarov told journalists on Monday. Sales rose to 46,000 units in the Russian market alone, according to Komarov. Domestic demand has been boosted by a cash-for-clunkers scheme, with overall Russian April sales up 20 percent year on year after 18 months of declines. [ID:nLDE64B24K] AvtoVAZ sold 28,163 vehicles in Russia in May 2009, and 61,583 in May 2008. ...
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