SOVIET TAXES ADD TO UNCERTAINTY

It sounds so familiar. A once reluctant government begins to make business opportunities in its country available to foreign capital. International companies like what they see and announce investment plans. Seduced by a good deal, the government raises taxes. Suddenly, there's no deal at all. Things haven't reached that sad extreme in the Soviet Union. Rough indications are that they will not. But no one can be certain. For companies venturing into the U.S.S.R., that's the

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