Soviet Union business minds speak to St. Charles Rotary

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November 15, 2007 at 10:20 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

BUSINESS MATTERS. Five Russians visited St. Charles Parish last week on an Open World Tour sponsored by U. S. Library of Congress.

They spoke at the St. Charles Rotary Club meeting Wednesday about their careers in the Soviet Union.

From St.Charles, they went to Washington D. C. from where they flew home.

The visitors, who were in the U. S. slightly more than a week, and their fields of work were (l to r) Ruslan - taxation, Natasha - fundraising, Yuliya - finance, Dustam - finance and Yaroslav - banking.

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