Foreign auto companies pledge to return to Russia after sanctions are lifted

Foreign automakers may return to Russia after sanctions are lifted or eased. About informs “RIA Novosti”, referring to Anton Alikhanov, the governor of the Kaliningrad region.

“All automakers, I’m talking about Western manufacturers, they all declare their desire to return to the Russian market, restart their factories as soon as the sanctions are lifted,” said Anton Alikhanov.

According to the governor, Western automakers announced their intention to their Russian partners.

Recall that at the end of February 2022, economic sanctions were imposed on Russia, which also affected the automobile market. Therefore, it is officially prohibited to import electronic components and spare parts for automobile production into the country. Most automobile factories in the country had to suspend production. In addition, many foreign car brands have temporarily stopped the delivery of vehicles to Russia.

happened before knownHe said stocks of new cars in Russia could run out in two months.

Source: Gazeta


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