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PSA Peugeot Citroen recently inked a partnership with Agromash Holding, for the assembly and distribution of the French automaker's passenger cars and LCVs in Kazakhstan. Simon Warburton was in contact with the trailer and agricultural machinery manufacturer based in the huge country on Russia's southern border.
February saw a continuation of the long cold winter seen in most of Canada and also a continuation of the "steady as she goes" nature of the total automotive market, according to DesRosiers Automotive Consultants.
Winter maintained its grip on the US in February and, as happened in January, car buyers stayed home.
The Lafayette Redevelopment Commission has approved tax breaks for Subaru of Indiana Automotive’s planned US$422m expansion to build the Impreza in Lafayette.
The Philippine new vehicle market started the year strongly, with sales rising by 27% to 15,642 units in January from 12,303 units a year earlier, according to data released jointly by Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of Philippines (CAMPI) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA).
Lexus ranks highest among all brands in JD Power's vehicle dependability study for a third consecutive year and it has come out on top in the latest study by a considerable margin.
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