* Govt injects $2 billion in bid to revive industry * Excess of under-employed workers at factories By Aseel Kami ISKANDARIYA, Iraq, July 28 (Reuters) - - In a country only slowly recovering from the impact of war and economic sanctions, Iraq's state-owned car assembly plant is a hive of activity. Workers bustle around, fixing tyres and bumpers on to trucks. The sprawling plant in the town of Iskandariya, 40 km (25 miles) south of Baghdad, is filled with brand new vehicles. It has ...
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