WHO GAINS FROM THE NEW EUROPE Almost everybody does -- and there's opportunity aplenty for deals. The combined GNP of East Germany, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia is bigger than China's

Kirkland, Jr., Richard I.; Colodny, Mark M.
December 1989
Fortune;12/18/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 15, p83
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