Volvo and Scania stopped selling in Russia, Mitsubishi is next in line

Volvo and Scania stopped selling in Russia, Mitsubishi is next in line

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If until now it was only about the suspension of shipments of new cars to due to fluctuations in exchange rates, now the rhetoric has changed. Swedish companies Volvo Cars (cars), AB Volvo (trucks and buses) and Scania were among the first to stop deliveries of cars to.

According to Reuters, Volvo Cars has stopped deliveries to then market until further notice. In addition, AB Volvo stopped the production of trucks at the plant in Kaluga. The reason for such decisions was the potential risk of trade in our country due to EU and US sanctions.

On the morning of March 1, Mitsubishi Motors announced the possibility of stopping the production and sales of cars in our country. According to Reuters, the supply chains to our country have been disrupted due to sanctions. We are talking about both finished cars and components for their production.

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