VIENNA — A war over automobile engines is brewing in Russia, with several major companies buying up the country's few powerplant manufacturers. The players include rival material manufacturers OAO Severstal, Russia's steel giant, and OAO Sibirsky Alyuminiy (Sibal), a large aluminum company. Severstal has been in control of sport/utility vehicle (SUV) and 4-wheel-drive van manufacturer AOOT Ulyanovsky Avtomobilny Zavod (UAZ) since last fall. Sibal controls the second-largest Russian vehicle ...

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