VIENNA – Daimler plans to decide whether to assemble Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Russia by September, says Jan Madeja, general director of the auto maker’s Mercedes-Benz Rus distribution subsidiary. “We have a project for the assembly of passenger cars,” Madeja is quoted by as saying. “Currently, we are carefully studying the situation and we plan to make a decision regarding production in Russia in September at the ...

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