* Putin to hold talks with Renault over AvtoVAZ * Germany's Daimler in talks to up stake in Kamaz - sources * Moves would boost overseas influence over Russian autos * Kamaz shares up 4 pct By Gleb Bryanski and Gleb Stolyarov MOSCOW, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Russia moved closer to securing long-term Western support for its struggling car industry on Tuesday as the government prepared for crunch talks with Renault and Daimler considered raising its stake in truck maker Kamaz. Prime ...
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