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 aged ten years or older, has been credited with reviving ...
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