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story.lead_photo.caption A worker prepares for a ceremony Friday marking the start of construction of the South Stream pipeline in Anapa, Russia. - Photo by AP / MIKHAIL METZEL

After years of delays and negotiations, Russian gas company Gazprom on Friday formally started construction of its $20.65 billion Europe-bound South Stream pipeline, key to its strategy of strengthening its supply to its most important export market.

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Business, Pages 29 on 12/08/2012

Print Headline: Russia’s Gazprom starts work on line to Europe

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