MOSCOW, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Great Wall Motor (GWM) , China's No.1 car maker, said on Wednesday it still wanted to build a car plant in Russia with an annual capacity of 50,000 units, but it might change the location. Great Wall said in March it had already won the backing of the Russian government and the plant would be built in a free economic zone in the town of Yelabuga in Tatarstan, an oil-rich region on the Volga river. "There are three key things to know: first, the decision on the ...
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