UPDATE 1-Russia's KamAZ to stay afloat despite loss


* Truckmaker can continue as a going concern with state help * Posts H1 loss after 4.2 bln rbl profit last year * Still in talks with lenders about debt restructuring (Adds detail) MOSCOW, Oct 29 (Reuters) - KamAZ , Russia's largest truck maker, said it was confident it could continue as a going concern despite a near 2 billion rouble ($68.56 million) first half loss, adding that it could rely on state support. The company, in which German carmaker Daimler holds a 10 percent stake, ...

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