(Repeats to additional subscribers with no change to text) ZHUKOVSKY, Russia, June 30 (Reuters) - Russia's state-funded car scrappage scheme may be extended to trucks, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. "I don't rule out that we can do it. I can't talk about concrete timing yet, we are thinking about it," he said during a discussion with business leaders in Zhukovsky, near Moscow. The scrappage scheme, which awards drivers 50,000 roubles for trading in locally made cars ...
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