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Avtovaz OAO (AVAZ.MM)

AVAZ.MM on Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange

7.93RUB
25 Aug 2016
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Thu, Jul 28 2016

BRIEF-Avtovaz H1 operational loss before impairment RUB 8.6 billion

* H1 revenue 87.1 billion roubles ($1.31 billion), down 5 percent versus year ago driven by the on-going market drop

New CEO of Russia's Avtovaz rules out profits before 2018

MOSCOW, June 14 Renault-Nissan's Russian unit Avtovaz will not return to profit until at least 2018, recently appointed CEO Nicolas Maure has told business daily Vedomosti.

Renault's Ghosn cedes Avtovaz chairmanship to Rostec exec

PARIS, April 18 Renault-Nissan said on Monday it will give up the chairmanship of Avtovaz, a further sign that its hold on the maker of Lada cars has been weakened by recent tensions over restructuring at a time of collapsing Russian demand for vehicles.

BRIEF-Renault-Nissan says Serguey Skvortsov to be Avtovaz chairman

* Says Serguey Skvortsov is expected to become Chairman of the Board of AVTOVAZ

BRIEF-Avtovaz Lada sales down 18.8% in March - sources

* Avtovaz has lowered Lada sales in Russia by 18.8 pct to 22,267 in March, two sources familiar with the statistics told Reuters

New boss of Russian carmaker Avtovaz enters a lion's den

MOSCOW Nicolas Maure, brought in to turn around Renault-Nissan's Russian carmaker Avtovaz, is entering a lion's den where his predecessor fell foul of diving sales and powerful vested interests among shareholders, suppliers and workers.

RPT-New boss of Russian carmaker Avtovaz enters a lion's den

MOSCOW, March 15 Nicolas Maure, brought in to turn around Renault-Nissan's Russian carmaker Avtovaz, is entering a lion's den where his predecessor fell foul of diving sales and powerful vested interests among shareholders, suppliers and workers.

New boss of Russian carmaker Avtovaz enters a lion's den

MOSCOW, March 15 Nicolas Maure, brought in to turn around Renault-Nissan's Russian carmaker Avtovaz, is entering a lion's den where his predecessor fell foul of diving sales and powerful vested interests among shareholders, suppliers and workers.

REFILE-Russian minister says new Avtovaz CEO should focus on domestic suppliers - IFAX

MOSCOW, March 15 Russian Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said on Tuesday the key task for the new head of Russia's largest car maker, Avtovaz, should be focus on domestic car part suppliers, Interfax news agency reported.

Renault Romania's Nicolas Maure to become Avtovaz CEO -source

MOSCOW, March 15 Nicolas Maure, the head of Renault's Romanian subsidiary Dacia, will replace Bo Inge Andersson as chief executive of Russia's largest carmarker Avtovaz on Tuesday, a source close to Avtovaz shareholders told Reuters.

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