By Anton Doroshev MOSCOW, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Russia's state arms exporter Rosoboronexport, already in control of the nation's largest car maker AvtoVAZ , said on Wednesday it also wanted to buy a large stake in truck maker KamAZ . Rosoboronexport sells weapons and military equipment worth billions of dollars each year, and analysts say the company has turned into a vehicle through which the Kremlin seeks to gain control over key strategic branches of the Russian industry. Last month ...
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