ST. PETERSBURG – The Russian automotive market’s current struggles are not disrupting Volkswagen’s plans to invest €1 billion ($1.1 billion) in new models and a new engine plant through 2017. The €275.5 million ($250 million) engine plant in Kaluga, with daily maximum capacity of  600 units, will be commissioned by year’s end. Miroslav Kroupa, director-Skoda Auto Russia and CIS Region, says the plant will supply 1.6L engines to both the local market ...

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