MOSCOW, Aug 25 (Reuters) - The head of Russian automaker AvtoVAZ , part-owned by Renault of France , is stepping down in favour of a deputy with ties to a powerful state industrial group, a Russian newspaper reported on Tuesday. Igor Komarov, adviser to Sergei Chemezov -- the head of state industrial holding Russian Technologies and an ally of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin -- will take over as acting head from chief executive Boris Alyoshin, Vedomosti business daily reported. A source ...
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