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January 15, 1990 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the Iron Curtain has crumbled over the past several months, local businessmen James Harrell and Paul Armstrong have been devouring all the news they can about the fast-paced changes sweeping the Soviet Union and the rest of Eastern Europe. During the past year, both Harrell and Armstrong have formed separate companies with the idea of tapping the potential created by the extraordinary political and economic changes that have taken place in Eastern Europe.
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June 19, 1990 | Cristina Lee and Dean Takahashi Times staff writers
Microsystems Technology Inc. of Mission Viejo and RHA Group will announce this week the formation of a company that will market computers and computer peripherals abroad. RHA Microsystems Technology will manage RHA's computer marketing efforts in the Soviet Union and, at the same time, serve as the global marketing arm of Microsystems Technology, a computer marketer and systems integrator. Miscrosystems will provide the technology for the venture, while RHA, a U.S.
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BUSINESS
June 19, 1990 | Cristina Lee and Dean Takahashi Times staff writers
Microsystems Technology Inc. of Mission Viejo and RHA Group will announce this week the formation of a company that will market computers and computer peripherals abroad. RHA Microsystems Technology will manage RHA's computer marketing efforts in the Soviet Union and, at the same time, serve as the global marketing arm of Microsystems Technology, a computer marketer and systems integrator. Miscrosystems will provide the technology for the venture, while RHA, a U.S.
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May 22, 1990 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
RHA Group, a small Irvine trading company, has signed an agreement with a division of the Soviet Union's Ministry of Transport Construction, establishing a joint venture company that will assemble personal computers in the Soviet Union. The U.S.-Soviet venture, Arif, is 50% owned by RHA and 50% by the Soviet ministry's computer division. The two partners will initially invest $500,000 each. Paul H.
BUSINESS
May 22, 1990 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
RHA Group, a small Irvine trading company, has signed an agreement with a division of the Soviet Union's Ministry of Transport Construction, establishing a joint venture company that will assemble personal computers in the Soviet Union. The U.S.-Soviet venture, Arif, is 50% owned by RHA and 50% by the Soviet ministry's computer division. The two partners will initially invest $500,000 each. Paul H.
BUSINESS
January 15, 1990 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the Iron Curtain has crumbled over the past several months, local businessmen James Harrell and Paul Armstrong have been devouring all the news they can about the fast-paced changes sweeping the Soviet Union and the rest of Eastern Europe. During the past year, both Harrell and Armstrong have formed separate companies with the idea of tapping the potential created by the extraordinary political and economic changes that have taken place in Eastern Europe.
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