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The New York Times
April 20, 1914

Figures Show Great Increase Over 1913—To Discuss Russian Market.

More than 10,000 automobiles were registered in New York State during last week, according to a statement issued by Mitchell May, Secretary of State.  This would bring the total registration since Feb. 1, up to more than 110,000.  The figures of the week show an enormous advance over those of the same week of last year, when 5,868 cars were registered.  The number is more than double that of the corresponding period in 1912, when 4,035 sets of number plates were issued.


The Russian trade division of the National Association of Manufacturers will hold, jointly with the Commercial Attaché of the Russian Imperial Embassy at Washington, the Hon. C. J. Medzikhovsky, the second of its newly inaugurated series of open meetings at the offices of the association, 30 Church Street, on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.  The exportation of passenger automobiles will be discussed, conditions governing the sale of automobiles in Russia, and the principal lines represented there will be described, and any information desired by the local manufacturers intending to enter that market will be furnished.

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