MOSCOW, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen aims to triple its market share in Russia over the next three years, Germany's biggest carmaker said on Tuesday. "We want to reach a 10 percent market share by 2010," VW's Russian operations head Dietmar Korzekwa said in Moscow. The German company now has a market share of around 3 percent in Russia and is ranked 14th with its VW brand. VW is set to open a new plant in Kaluga, near Moscow, on Wednesday. It is expected to start producing cars from ...
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