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Structure of truck production in Russia in 2010
  • 28.04.11 Structure of truck production in Russia in 2010

    During 12 months of 2010 Russian enterprises produced 150,400 domestic and foreign trucks, that is 65% more than a year ago. The production is still highly consolidated: three enterprises manufacture a little less than 80% of the cars. The share of GAZ is 47% of the total production in the country, the plant assembled over 70,000 commercial cars, that is 78% more than in 2009.

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Russian new car market grew in 2013 in monetary terms

Financial capacity of the largest market in the country in the Moscow region has declined, but others could grow by tens of percent - mainly due to the replacement of low-cost cars by more expensive models, experts say.

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In February, sales of Chinese cars in Russia fell by 28% 27.03.17 - 15:58 In February, sales of Chinese cars in Russia fell by 28%

The analytic agency "AUTOSTAT" conducted a study of the Russian market of new cars, which covered manufacturers from China. According to the results of the study, sales of new Chinese cars (according to the AEB, taking into account LCV) in February of 2017 were about 1.9 thousand units - less by 28% than a year ago.

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AUTOSTAT analytic agency publishes marketing researches as the automotive market is analyzed. “Automotive market. Results, trends, forecasts” is published twice a year – at the beginning of the years and as a result of the half year. Reports concerning new and used car parc, regional markets are updated with different periodicity. Subjects of the reports include localization of car production in Russia, LCV parc structure and forecasts and others.

Marketing reports are prepared with an office research method. The major information sources are data of State Customs Committee, GIBDD, as well as our own database and the information obtained from the market players directly. All data, presented in the report is clearly organized and complied in tables. Each subject is traditionally illustrated with graphs and diagrams.