(Updates with deals and announcements) By Guy Faulconbridge ZHUKOVSKY, Russia, Aug 21 (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin vowed to revive Russia's once mighty aviation industry on Tuesday as he opened an airshow aimed at showcasing the country's industrial and military ambitions. "Russia ... faces the task of maintaining supremacy in producing military aircraft," Putin said at the MAKS-2007 airshow at Zhukovsky airbase east of Moscow as two dozen military jets, passenger planes and ...
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