Basic Element wants Dassault, Siemens partnerships


* Deripaska group in talks with Western companies * Part of a strategy to team up with foreign players * BasEl revenue rose 20 pct in 2011 to $29 bln By Gleb Stolyarov MOSCOW, June 26 (Reuters) - Russian manufacturing and transport firm Basic Element (BasEl) is in talks with French company Dassault Aviation and German group Siemens about strategic partnerships with its engineering division. Russian companies are being encouraged to co-operate with peers in more developed markets in the hope ...

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