The Russian auto industry may be seeing an amber light at the end of the tunnel with August sales easing to a 19.4% decline year-on-year to 138,670 units. The Association of European Businesses Automobile Manufacturers Committee says the result was an improvement on July’s 27.5% tumble and left the year-to-date total down 33.5% at 1,051,851 units. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber is cautiously optimistic. “The pace of year-on-year sales decline slowed down further in August, ...

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