By Graeme Roberts | 11 April 2012
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Sales of Ford cars in Russia rose 30% year on year to 27,232 vehicles in the first quarter, local JV Ford-Sollers said.
Sales of Focus cars increased 27.7% to 19,596 vehicles while Mondeo sales rose 14.7% to 3,014 units.
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