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January 17, 1998 | Times Wire Services
International lenders Friday officially completed a plan to roll over South Korean short-term debt through March 31, a source close to the talks told Reuters. "It gives us the time to sit down and work out an agreement with the Koreans longer term," the source said. U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers had said South Korea needs to strike a deal with international lenders "as rapidly as practicable" to roll over its short-term debt and strengthen investor confidence.
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January 17, 1998 | Times Wire Services
International lenders Friday officially completed a plan to roll over South Korean short-term debt through March 31, a source close to the talks told Reuters. "It gives us the time to sit down and work out an agreement with the Koreans longer term," the source said. U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers had said South Korea needs to strike a deal with international lenders "as rapidly as practicable" to roll over its short-term debt and strengthen investor confidence.
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October 17, 1997 | JEFF BRAZIL and STEVE BERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Escalating her campaign against the importation of assault weapons, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Thursday appealed to the leaders of Russia, Greece and Bulgaria to prevent the export of thousands of the rapid-fire guns to the United States. "These are exactly the kind of weapons many Americans are trying to keep off our streets," the California Democrat wrote in letters to Russian President Boris Yeltsin, Greek Prime Minister Konstandinos Simitis and Bulgarian Prime Minister Ivan Kostov.
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October 17, 1997 | JEFF BRAZIL and STEVE BERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Escalating her campaign against the importation of assault weapons, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Thursday appealed to the leaders of Russia, Greece and Bulgaria to prevent the export of thousands of the rapid-fire guns to the United States. "These are exactly the kind of weapons many Americans are trying to keep off our streets," the California Democrat wrote in letters to Russian President Boris Yeltsin, Greek Prime Minister Konstandinos Simitis and Bulgarian Prime Minister Ivan Kostov.
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May 17, 1990 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two California businessmen have been arrested and charged with trying to illegally export an advanced $6-million computer to Bulgaria at a cut-rate price of $1 million, U.S. Customs Service officials announced Wednesday. The two, Nick Spiliotis, 44, of Long Beach, and Robert Wheeler, 44, of San Francisco, were seized Tuesday in a Miami-based "sting" operation, officials said. Neither Spiliotis, president of CID Corp.
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May 17, 1990 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two California businessmen have been arrested and charged with trying to illegally export an advanced $6-million computer to Bulgaria at a cut-rate price of $1 million, U.S. Customs Service officials announced Wednesday. The two, Nick Spiliotis, 44, of Long Beach, and Robert Wheeler, 44, of San Francisco, were seized Tuesday in a Miami-based "sting" operation, officials said. Neither Spiliotis, president of CID Corp.
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