Russia’s weak new-vehicle sales trend is continuing, with May deliveries off 12.2% to just 201,487 units. The Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee says that after five months, the Russian market now is down 5.6% to 1,030,533 units. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says May saw a continuation of the anemic sales trend broadly anticipated for the whole second quarter. “Overall market dynamics in April-May are very similar to the same period last ...

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