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ANALYSIS: Russian Helicopters looks for growth path around US sanctions

The Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, located in southern Siberia, has over its 80 year history produced hundreds of aircraft, from Lavochkin fighters to early Kamov helicopters – as well as more mundane items such as spoons, caskets and washing machines.

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