JOINT VENTURES FACE EVOLVING SOVIET SYSTEM

Non-Soviet companies are driving to form joint ventures with Soviet companies and ministries even as the U.S. and U.S.S.R. superpowers struggle to prune a thicket of political, legal, financial, and economic ground rules. About 1,300 Soviet joint ventures of all types have been formed since 1986, when no enterprise with foreign capital existed in the Soviet Union.

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