SOVIET UNION'S OIL EXPORT AGENCY PRIVATIZES

Soyuzneftexport, the Soviet Union's giant state oil exporting agency, has declared itself an employee owned, private enterprise. Soyuzneftexport, in charge of oil exports for the Soviet Oil Ministry and one of the world's biggest oil exporters, will be known as Nafta Moskva, or Moscow Oil. Company employees voted late last month to become independent of the national government and create a joint stock company in which workers are sole shareholders. There are no plans to sell shares to

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