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Russian new-vehicle sales edged ahead 2% in February to 210,666 units, yielding a 2-month total up 3% to 372,743, the Association of European Businesses automobile manufacturers committee says. Committee chairman Joerg Schreiber says the February result, up 3,362 units compared with year-ago, was no surprise. “Retail registrations keep following the largely stable year-on-year pattern which we have been seeing for some months now,” Schreiber says in a ...
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