Eastern Europe in the past year or so has undergone unprecedented political and economic changes that took the whole world by storm. Politically, these changes signify the beginning of an end to an unpopular political system which for so long dominated that part of the world, and economically mean an easing of state monopoly and allowance for private investments and foreign capital. Foreign investors, the West not excluded, are attracted by the numerous business opportunities that now exist in these countries and the enormous potentials for economic growth. This review is based on the seminar organised by Aslib on 10.10.90, on Eastern European Business Information, and also based partly on literature review.
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