Feb 28 (Reuters) - Russia's antimonopoly watchdog has cleared a deal by French carmaker Renault to buy 25 percent of Russia's biggest auto maker AvtoVAZ . The deal, estimated to be worth $1 billion, will be signed on Feb. 29 in Moscow. For related stories click on [ID:nL27454285] [ID:nL26188536] Here are other French companies with investment interests in Russia: TOTAL Last year Russian gas export monopoly Gazprom picked French energy major Total to become its partner in the giant ...
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