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2017-01-30 19:00:00

GAZPROM'S SHARE UP TO 34%

GAZPROM'S SHARE UP TO 34%

REUTERS - Russian gas exporter Gazprom aims to build on its record sales to Europe in 2016, helped by the expansion of its German subsidiary Wingas, a board member of the subsidiary told Reuters in an interview.

Despite a drive by the European Union to diversify gas supplies and reduce its reliance on Russian imports, Gazprom increased its market share in Europe to 34 percent last year from 31 percent in 2015, posing a challenge to policymakers.

"We have significantly expanded…

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