JOINT VENTURE SPURT AMAZES SOVIETS

The presence of Soviet-foreign joint enterprises operating in the Soviet Union is beginning to be felt in the Soviet market, although in a very small way. About 1,300 joint ventures were registered with the Ministry of Finance through last February. Nearly 1,000 of them are said to have been formed during 1989. According to State Statistical Committee data, 250 joint enterprises began to operate during the first 9 months of 1989. Of that, 184 produced goods valued at about 500 million rubles

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