TOKYO, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp announced a long-awaited deal with the Russian government on Friday that would grant it financial incentives to assemble cars locally. Mitsubishi Motors gave no other details, saying in a statement it was still studying the feasibility of making cars in Russia. It will make a separate announcement when it finalises its plans, it said. A source familiar with the matter told Reuters last week that Mitsubishi Motors would agree the ...
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