28 February 2003
Russian Market Offers 'Surprising' Opportunities
Technology companies are finding sales opportunities in Russia, thanks to changes in that country's infrastructure and its growing market. While the U.S. and European economies have languished, the Russians have experienced three years of consistent gross domestic product growth: from $184.6 billion in 1999, to $246.9 billion in 2000, to $302.2 billion in 2001 - according to a report by the Business Information Service for the Newly Independent States. Meanwhile, unemployment and inflation rates are falling.
This article originally appeared in Mass High Tech: The Journal of New England Technology.
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