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Rostec and Pirelli Tyre Russia will invest €100 million in the expansion

  RusAutoNewsCom. – The state company Rostec and Pirelli Tyre Russia have signed a memorandum, proposing expansion plans to the production capacity of the tyre factory in Voronezh. The production

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Alliance Rostec Auto has acquired more than 96% of Avtovaz

  Vedomosti. – Alliance Rostec Auto BV, the joint venture of Rostec and Renault-Nissan, has announced that the share of the company in the capital of Avtovaz has risen to 96.6%

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FAS has given permission to the JV of Rostec and Renault-Nissan for the purchase of more than 75% of AVTOVAZ

RNS – The Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has approved the application made by Alliance Rostec Auto (joint venture of Rostec and Renault-Nissan Alliance) for the purchase of more than 75%

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KAMAZ shares in TMZ Tutaev Engine Factory will increase to 70%

RNS – KAMAZ shares in TMZ Tutaev Engine Factory will increase to 70%, according to RNS. Russian Machines will consolidate 90% shares of AutoDiesel Engine Plant (YaMZ) in Yaroslavl, following the exit

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Rostec plans to get the direct ownership of AVTOVAZ with Renault-Nissan

Prime – Rostec plans to liquidate Alliance Rostec Auto B.V and get the direct ownership of AVTOVAZ with Renault-Nissan in the proportion of 25/75 within the next 12-18 months, as told

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Russo-Japanese partnership Ural Wiring Systems has commenced operations in Yekaterinburg

RusAutoNews.Com – Ural Wiring Systems factory, established as a Russian-Japanese joint venture in Yekaterinburg, has commenced operations today, following an official opening ceremony. Automobile cables will be manufactured at the factory,

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Pirelli has started tyre production in Voronezh

AutoVesti – Pirelli-Rostec partnership has started test production of tyres in Voronezh. The factory will be manufacturing tyres for the market from March onwards. Pirelli and Rostec had previously invested €56