PARIS, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Europe's second-biggest carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen said on Friday it could open up its intended Kaluga assembly plant in Russia to others in order to reduce costs. "Today, we are launching a project that is 100 percent PSA," a company spokesman said, after Mitsubishi Motor of Japan had earlier announced it was still open to co-operation with PSA. "But that does not prevent us from being open to possible co-operation with a partner to share the costs of the new ...
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