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Rosavia Airline Seeks Bids for 65 Jets

Nascent airline Rosavia invited three companies to participate in a tender for up to 65 aircraft that will form the basis of its fleet, Russian Technologies chief Sergei Chemezov said Wednesday at the MAKS-2009 air show.

Contradictions Cloud the Arctic Sea Case

Two days after the lumber freighter the Arctic Sea resurfaced off the West African coast, questions mounted about the ship’s mysterious hijacking, and national media were abuzz with speculation about what its real cargo was.

Dam Disaster May Push Up Electricity Prices

At least 13 people are confirmed dead in the accident, and 63 remain missing.

State Worries About Low Bond Demand

The government’s plan to sell $58.5 billion of bonds in the next three years, its first international debt sale since the 1998 default, may be hampered by private borrowers competing to raise funds, the Finance Ministry said.

Alrosa Plans to Invest $500M Into Infrastructure in Angola

Alrosa will invest $500 million to build homes, schools and dams in Angola in the next few years, a company official said Wednesday.

Peres Wins Review of Iran Sale

The Associated Press
Israeli President Shimon Peres said Wednesday that the Kremlin has promised to reconsider the planned delivery of air defense missiles to Iran that Israel and the United States fear could be used to protect Iran’s nuclear facilities.

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