VIENNA – Fiat Group Automobiles begins distributing Fiat vehicles in Russia effective Jan. 1. Russian auto maker Sollers, which currently handles production and distribution of Fiats in the country, has signed an agreement transferring all distribution activities to the Italian auto maker. Sollers, then known as Severstal-Avto, took over Russian Fiat distribution in September 2006. The company that year launched assembly of the Fiat Albea sedan at its plant in Naberezhnye Chelny. ...

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