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Russia steps in and guarantees for truck maker Kamaz


The country’s government has moved to announce it will back the Russian company by guaranteeing $1 billion of its future debt, a move inside a larger state initiative to support ailing auto manufacturers. Russia, the second-biggest auto market in Europe, is seeing a sharp drop in car and truck purchases. The slump was under way since 2013, because many Russians refrained ...
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