SOUTH Africa's Anglo American has announced that it has acquired a controlling share in Russian pulp and paper company Syktyvkar for US$252 million, with the company's subsidiary Mondi Europe buying a 68 per cent stake, leaving Anglo with 87.9 per cent of Syktyvkar's stock. The remaining 12.1 per cent will be held by management and financial investors.

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