SOVIET UNION INVESTMENT OUTLOOK IMPROVES IN WAKE OF FAILED COUP?

The oil and gas industry weathered without incident last week's aborted coup in the Soviet Union. Most prospective and current petroleum joint venturers operating in the U.S.S.R. reported little disruption to their operations or plans in the wake of a failed ouster of President Mikhail Gorbachev by a committee of top Soviet officials. In fact, some industry officials reported a calm status quo even at the height of the crisis last week.

Aug 26th, 1991
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