* PM Putin to discuss project during Friday Khabarovsk visit * Plant to assemble Isuzu, Ssangyong, Fiat vehicles MOSCOW, July 30 (Reuters) - Russian car maker Sollers will build a factory in the far eastern city of Vladivostok, the government said on Thursday ahead of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's visit to the far east. It will assemble Isuzu trucks, Ssangyong sport utility vehicles, and the Fiat Ducato, the government said in a statement. Vladivostok was the site of mass ...
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