Russian new-vehicle sales rise 5% in October to 253,732 units, compared with year-ago, but the industry sees a slowdown ahead. The Association of European Businesses’ automobile manufacturers committee says the result pushed the 10-month total up 13% to 2,441,663 units. The committee says the market is slowing. “For a while now, the market has been feeling a cooldown in consumer appetite,” committee Chairman Joerg Schreiber says in a statement. “By contrast, ...

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