ST. PETERSBURG – Russian automaker GAZ Group is negotiating with unnamed global automakers about assembling cars after General Motors halts production in the country. GAZ’s contract with GM to assemble Aveo cars at its 30,000-unit-capacity Nizhny Novgorod plant expires at the end of 2016, but production likely will cease by the end of this year. The Russian automaker also builds Skoda models for parent Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans and frames for Mitsubishi Pajero ...

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