Russian new-vehicle sales declined again in September, but the falloff eased and the year-to-date total passed the 2 million-unit mark, giving the industry hope the market is beginning to stabilize. The Association of European Businesses automobile manufacturers committee reports deliveries for the month fell 5% to 246,895 units for a 9-month total down 7% to 2,046,700. Committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber sees the market in medical terms: “The average temperature in the hospital ...

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