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BUSINESS EXECUTIVE INVOLVED IN YELTSIN VISIT AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS

BUSINESS EXECUTIVE INVOLVED IN YELTSIN VISIT AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS
 U.S.-Based Control Data a Trading Partner with Russia
 James Ousley, president of Minneapolis-based computer firm Control Data Systems, is involved in the White House welcome for Boris Yeltsin today and will be a participant in the U.S.-Russia Business Summit Conference on Wednesday.
 Control Data is one of the few American companies to understand the complexities of doing business with the Commonwealth states -- and Russia in particular.
 Control Data's computers are installed in various departments and ministries in Russia to monitor and improve the safety of civilian nuclear power plants. Business discussions are progressing in the areas of oil exploration and CAD/CAM -- computer-aided design and manufacturing.
 Ousley will be available for interviews on the subjects of:
 -- Control Data's experience in doing business with the Soviet Union and the Commonwealth countries.
 -- The importance of the Bush/Yeltsin summit from the point of view of American business.
 -- The potential rewards of doing business with the Commonwealth countries.
 Control Data was a trading partner of the Soviet Union for some 20 years, and has established a trading relationship with the independent states, as well.
 Ousley will make himself available for interviews during breaks in his meeting schedule.
 CONTACT: Charlotte Fransen of Control Data, 612-482-4857; Bob Rumpza or Ronda Willsher of Mona Meyer McGrath & Gavin, 612-832-5000, for Control Data.
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