Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. continues to grapple with the creation of a company structure that will allow it to effectively manage the more-than-100 units under its umbrella. The latest reshuffle came at the end of last month, following MiG Corp. and Kazan aircraft manufacturing plant (KAPO) being integrated into the UAC’s shareholding structure. The board of directors has now approved a three-business-unit corporate structure, to be ready by the end of 2012. The commercial ...


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