MOSCOW, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Russia's largest truck maker Kamaz is halting its main assembly line for the third time since the onset of the economic crisis, which has effectively frozen demand for trucks, it said on Thursday. The suspension will last from Jan. 29 until February 12. In these two weeks the company plans to clear its stockpile of unsold trucks, said Vladimir Samoilov, spokesman for Kamaz, in which Germany's Daimler took a 10 percent stake last month. Russia's construction ...
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