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Gorbachev, locally, thinks globally

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / April 13, 2005

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Twenty years after he carried out his perestroika reforms, which lifted the Iron Curtain and helped to end the Cold War, the man who once led the Soviet empire yesterday appealed to Massachusetts software executives to strike partnerships with a new generation of high-tech companies in his economically struggling country. (Full article: 724 words)

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