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Belarusian truck producer MAZ is considering starting the assembly of light
Belarusian truck producer MAZ is considering starting the assembly of light vehicles, mostly for the Russian market, and is in talk with foreign carmakers, the company's general director said on Wednesday.

"We are holding talks with three foreign companies - [Russia's] AvtoVAZ, a German and a Chinese company," Nikolai Kosten told journalists in Moscow.

He said it would take two or three years to coordinate everything, which would be followed by the preparation and equipping of the production facilities for the assembly of the cars.

The general director said annual output will initially be between 20,000 and 50,000 cars, most of which will be sold on the Russian market.

State-owned MAZ is one of the largest state producers of heavy-duty trucks as well as buses, trolley-buses, trailers and semi-trailers in Eastern Europe. The company sells around 60% of its vehicles to Russia, over 19,000 units in 2007.


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