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TALLINN (Reuters) - Energy executives and officials cast doubt on Wednesday on plans to build a liquefied natural gas terminal for the EU's former-Soviet Baltic republics, part of a push to make them less reliant on former master Russia.

All too familiar with Moscow's willingness to play power politics with its oil and gas riches, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia are part of a raft of former communist states in eastern Europe working hard to find alternative sources of supply.

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