MOSCOW, April 28 (Reuters) - State-owned Russian Technologies plans to bid for the large Udokan copper field in partnership with Norilsk Nickel and Metalloinvest, Russian business daily Kommersant reported on Monday. Russian Technologies, an industrial conglomerate headed by an ally of President Vladimir Putin, would then consider uniting its copper assets in Russia and Mongolia with those of Norilsk and turn its attention to gold, Kommersant said. This could include a bid for the Sukhoi ...
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