MOSCOW, April 26 (Reuters) - Russian car maker AvtoVaz has offered U.S. General Motors to buy out or sell its stake in a joint venture, highlighting tensions in the troubled project, a newspaper reported on Wednesday. "Analysts estimate such a deal at between $150 million and $180 million and say that it would primarily favour the Russian partner," the Vedomosti daily said, quoting unnamed sources. GM officials in Russia could not be immediately reached for comment. AvtoVaz spokesman ...
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