Russian Technology seeks move into airlines-source

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By Anton Doroshev MOSCOW, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Russian Technologies, a state industrial holding company, plans to move into the passenger aviation sector by taking control of the state's stakes in a number of airlines, a source familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. The source said Russian Technologies, which is headed by a close ally of President Vladimir Putin, was seeking stakes in a host of air companies that compete with Russia's national carrier, Aeroflot . Russian ...

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