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Topic - Sergey Chemezov
The foes make a striking contrast _ a bald, stolid general director versus an extravagant dancer with an opulent mane of dark hair.
Barack Obama's "reset" with Russia is looking flimsy in the wake of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's vitriolic reaction to events in Libya last week.
Sergei Chemezov, Mr. Putin's confidant and the head of Russian Technologies, reported that the situation in Libya had cost state-owned arms exporter Rosoboronexport lost income totaling $4 billion.