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August 29, 1988

DATAEASE HOPES TO MARKET SOFTWARE IN THE SOVIET UNION

By CBR Staff Writer

Trumbull, Connecticut-based DataEase International Inc is hoping to become one of the first software developers in the West to market its offerings in the Soviet Union: Russian-language versions of its DataEase and GrafTalk programs, together with customer service, training and support, are to be provided by Videoton, the Hungarian national computer enterprise, which has been trying to market software development and conversion skills in Western countries since 1982.

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