Doing business in the newly independent states: A step-by-step guide for American companies

Blecher, Beryl Cohen
September 1993
Business America;9/20/93, Vol. 114 Issue 19, p5
Trade Publication
Presents a step-by-step guide for American companies planning to do business in the Newly Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union. Formulation of objectives for the short-, medium- and long-term; Developing contacts; Eliminating the language barrier; Selecting a business partner; More. INSETS: Consortia of American businesses in the Newly Independent...;US&FCS offices in the NIS..


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