Russian Defense Business Directory (Google eBook)

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Franklin J. Carvalho
DIANE Publishing, 1998 - 282 pages
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Focuses on opportunities for Amer. firms to access bus. opportunities in the defense in St. Petersburg & the surrounding Leningrad Oblast. Provides a wealth of info. to promote trade, invest., & free market know-how necessary to help speed Russia's transition to a market economy. Includes listings & profiles of bus. enterprises in the focus area, as well as info. on U.S. & Russian export controls, investing in Russian defense conversion, recent bilateral agreements, financing sources, mrkt. research & transport. services, a directory of bus. services, defense conversion success stories, bus. practices, safety & security.
  

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Page 16-13 - BILL ME (US, Canada, and Mexico only.) DO NOT USE THIS FORM. NTIS will gladly bill your order, for an additional fee of $7.50. A request to be billed must be on a purchase order or company letterhead. An authorizing signature, contact name. and telephone number should be included with this request. Requests may be mailed or faxed.
Page 16-13 - TDD (hearing impaired only): (703) 487-4639 ORDER BY FAX 24 hours/7 days a week: (703) 321-8547 To verify receipt of fax: call (703) 487-4679 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Eastern Time, M - F. ORDER BY MAIL National Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road Springfield, VA 22161 RUSH SERVICE (DO NOT MAIL RUSH ORDERS) 1-800-553-NTIS.
Page 16-13 - CITY STATE ZIP CODE PROVINCE /TERRITORY INTERNATIONAL POSTAL CODE PHONE NUMBER FAX NUMBER CONTACT NAME INTERNET E-MAIL ADDRESS NTIS PRODUCT NUMBER...
Page 7-2 - March 1992), based upon participation by over 100 large and small companies, list the following problems as business people see them in doing business in Russia/CIS: -Instability and uncertainty, -financial problems; -inadequate information; -infrastructure problems...
Page 4-5 - ... have offered US customers prices at about $115 to $120 per SWU. Your prices average about $115 per SWU to all customers. (a) Does the offering of SWU's to US customers at prices substantially below those offered its domestic companies raise any GATT issues? Please explain. Answer: Dumping generally is the selling of goods in the US market at prices lower than the prices at which comparable goods are sold In the domestic market of the exporter (the "home market"). A constructed value may be utilized...
Page 16-13 - Fees Canada and Mexico add $4 per paper copy report; $1 per microfiche copy. Other countries add $8 per paper copy report; $1 .25 per microfiche copy. Computer products are shipped by air courier as part of the regular handling fee.
Page 6-5 - Federal agency whose purpose is to promote economic growth in developing countries by encouraging US private investment in those nations.
Page 7-12 - East Asia, Near East & South Asia, SubSaharan Africa, Latin America, and West Europe. Supplements to the DAILY REPORTS may also be available periodically and will be distributed to regular DAILY REPORT subscribers. JPRS publications, which include approximately 50 regional, worldwide, and topical reports, generally contain less time-sensitive information and are published periodically.
Page 7-28 - Headquarters, located at the US Council for International Business, 1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036, issues and guarantees the ATA Carnet in the United States.
Page 16-13 - Airmail Fees Canada and Mexico add $4 per paper copy report; $1 per microfiche copy. Other countries add $8 per paper copy report; $1.25 per microfiche copy. (Paper copy reports and microfiche copies are shipped surface...

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