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March 10, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

You may be about as likely to see a live Personal Computer in the Soviet Union as you are to see a dead ferret on a Muscovite’s head, but that has not deterred the redoubtable Pat McGovern from extending his worldwide computer publishing empire across the Urals: his International Data Group signed agreement with Soviet partners to produce the first technology magazine for the local audience, and the company is now committed to have the first issue of PC World USSR on Soviet news stands by this June; it will start life as a quarterly and have a print run of 50,000 copies.

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