TOKYO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd. said in a statement on Wednesday it had agreed with Russian partner Severstal-Avto to consider forming a joint venture to produce and sell trucks in Russia. Isuzu last year consigned production of light-duty trucks to Severstal-Avto unit UAZ in Russia but output at the plant in Ulyanovsk has approached maximum capacity. Isuzu currently supplies knockdown kits to UAZ with an aim to boost annual production to 10,000 units ...
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