ASHGABAT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Russian truck maker Kamaz , which is struggling to clear its stockpiles, will sell more than 1,000 vehicles to Turkmenistan for $100 million, an official of the Central Asian state told Reuters on Tuesday. Kamaz, in which Germany's Daimler took a 10 percent stake in December, has been forced to idle its assembly lines three times since November as it tries to sell its stockpiles before producing more trucks. Russia's construction firms and heavy industries, ...
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