Soviet/U.S. trade consortium
Johnson & Johnson and Eastman Kodak are two of five U.S. companies to sign a June 2 trade agreement with the Soviet Union's Foreign Economic Consortium. The agreement sets objectives for future joint ventures including manufacture and marketing of medical devices, pharmaceuticals and consumer products. Chairing the U.S. group, dubbed the American Trade Consortium, is J&J Co. Group Chairman William Dearstyne.
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