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Russian new-vehicle sales continued their slow decline in July, falling 8% to 234,549 units, but the industry sees hope the market will warm up ahead of the looming winter chill. The Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee says the drop of 21,357 units from like-2012 left the year-to-date result down 6% to 1,567,892. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says market momentum has not been good in recent months and July brought no fundamental change to ...
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