* Glass maker to set up JV with Turkish group in Russia * Says glass plant project to equip 500,000 cars a year (Adds details) PARIS, April 26 (Reuters) - French glass maker Saint-Gobain said it would set up a joint-venture with Turkey's Trakya Cam to build a car glass plant in Russia by 2013 to supply the growing Russian car parts market. The plant, to be built in the Republic of Tatarstan, 500 miles east of Moscow, will start producing windshields, side lights and back lights in ...
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