Russiaâ€™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 UACâ€™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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