In the absence of news, you have to invent it yourself.
Yesterday, a number of Russian media outlets, citing “sources”, reported that Japanese companies Toyota, Lexus and Nissan do not plan to leave Russia. Moreover, the production in the Russian Federation has been stopped at least until the end of the year, and no deliveries of new cars are planned. According to the same sources, the dealers “will continue to work as before”, but without cars or spare parts. That is, the resources of the two, of course, are available, but they will be exhausted in two or three months. Unfortunately, do not report how to supplement those “sources”.
Toyota’s press service announced on March 2 that it was shutting down supplies of Toyota և Lexus cars,, and on March 14 the Nissan plant in St. Petersburg shut down (a well-known term), citing supply disruptions. Components և Logistics issues.
Toyota’s press service informs that “at the moment all the official representations of Toyota և Lexus are working as usual. There are no plans to leave the market or close the factory. ”
The Hyundai plant in St. Petersburg is also idle. But they promise to return to work by the end of June. Unemployed workers are compensated with two-thirds of their salary.