AvtoVaz

Renault vows to sustain AvtoVAZ after record loss

Feb. 12, 2016 11:46 CET

Renault pledged to support AvtoVAZ, which warned it may not survive without help from shareholders after the collapse of the domestic car market pushed it into a record $930 million loss....
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Luxury car sales surge in Russia despite crisis

Feb. 3, 2016 16:34 CET

More and more Porsche, Bentley and Rolls-Royce cars are appearing on Russian roads as wealthy buyers take advantage of a weak ruble that means luxury cars are considerably cheaper in Russia than in the U.S....
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EU plans report on car CO2 by end of week, source says

Nov. 24, 2015 09:54 CET

The EU plans to present a report by the end of this week on CO2 emissions from cars, according to an official with knowledge of the issue. The document will include data on pollution by automakers with the exception of Volkswagen Group....
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Ghosn says Renault-Nissan alliance poised to win big when Russia rebounds

Nov. 5, 2015 06:01 CET

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says the alliance's brands – including Lada, Datsun and Infiniti – are well positioned to benefit once Russia's sales slumps ends....
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Renault sticks to goal of consolidating Russia's AvtoVAZ in 2016

Sept. 18, 2015 15:42 CET

Renault is sticking to a goal of adding Russian affiliate AvtoVAZ to its books next year, even with the plunge in the country's car market. AvtoVAZ builds and sells Lada cars and is Russia's largest automaker....
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LUCA CIFERRI

BLOG: 'Fortress Europe' under threat

12:01 am U.S. ET | Sept. 14, 2015

Having the world's toughest CO2 emissions standards has helped keep China and Russia's low-cost competitors out of the European market. So trying to postpone, tame or reduce even tougher future emissions limits being considered by the EU may be a big mistake by Europe's automakers....
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AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

AvtoVAZ CEO Andersson foresees sales surge from key Lada debuts

Aug. 7, 2015 06:01 CET

Former General Motors purchasing chief Bo Andersson faced a massive task when he was hired to turn around AvtoVAZ, Russia's automotive giant, two years ago. Despite the challenge of a slumping Russian market, Andersson is bullish about the future of the company that builds Lada cars....
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AvtoVAZ chief Andersson in struggle with Soviet-era suppliers

June 23, 2015 13:23 CET

AvtoVAZ Chairman Bo Andersson is fighting back against Russian suppliers he says are hindering his efforts to improve quality and cut purchasing costs at Lada, the country's best-selling car brand. AvtoVAZ resumed production today at its plant in Togliatti after output was suspended because of problems with the supply of parts....
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AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE CONGRESS

Most Russian car plants are uncompetitive, AvtoVAZ CEO says

June 15, 2015 06:01 CET

Most car plants in Russia are not cost competitive because they are not producing enough vehicles, AvtoVAZ chief Bo Andersson said....
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AvtoVAZ boss: Few Russian plants compete

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 15, 2015

Most assembly plants in Russia are not cost-competitive because they do not produce enough vehicles, says Bo Andersson, CEO of Russia's largest carmaker, AvtoVAZ....
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Russian car sales fall 38% in February

March 10, 2015 15:30 CET

Russia's new-car sales fell 38 percent to 128,298 vehicle in February as consumers continued to avoid big purchases in an ailing economy plagued by a weakening ruble and Western sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine....
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AvtoVAZ raises Lada prices again on weak ruble

March 4, 2015 15:21 CET

Russian automaker AvtoVAZ has raised the prices of its Lada cars for the second time this year because of the weaker ruble. The automaker said prices rose by 4.8 percent on average after an increase of around 9 percent in January this year....
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Lada proves popular in Crimea's vacated car market

Feb. 26, 2015 13:40 CET

Lada, Russia's biggest car brand, has become a favorite in Crimea after its annexation by Vladimir Putin's government. The first official Lada dealership opened in October and local customers are now ordering up to 300 cars a month, compared with the 155 sold in 2013, when Crimea was part of Ukraine....
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