MOSCOW, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Russia's government anti-crisis commission will consider aid to carmaker GAZ , which is owned by indebted aluminium magnate Oleg Deripaska, industry and commission sources said on Thursday. The maker of the Volga car and Gazelle light truck was among the first Russian companies to limit production in the crisis, citing falling demand. One source, a commission member who declined to be named, said GAZ was due for a top-level hearing as it had already been ...
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