Russian cars, buses to be made in Vietnam

A worker at a Kamaz plant

A worker at a Kamaz plant

ITAR-TASS
Gaz and Kamaz will be given a duty-free import quota by Vietnam.

Russia and Vietnam have signed an agreement to manufacture Russian vehicles in the Southeast Asian country, RT.com said, citing the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Cars, buses, trucks, specialized vehicles and light commercial vehicles will be made in Vietnam, according to the report.

Russian manufacturers such as Gaz and Kamaz will be given a duty-free import quota of automobiles and car parts by Vietnam, the website said.

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