(Adds details, quotes) By Denis Dyomkin YELABUGA, Russia, May 27 (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday the government should consider lowering import duties on some types of steel that Russia does not produce to encourage the domestic automobile industry. "We need to stimulate investment inflows, to enable all mechanisms including tariff regulation," Putin told a meeting of officials on the automobile sector development in the Russian republic of Tatarstan. ...
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