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Published by: NACRA - North American Case Research Association
Published in: "The Case Research Journal", 1997
Length: 17 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Mikromashina of Moscow was a relatively small formerly state-owned enterprise that produced small electrical products such as hair clippers, electric shavers, and coffee grinders. Mikromashina had been experiencing severe problems during Russia''s privatization phase. The company under its acting President, Viktor Levintan, had engaged in negotiation with Nypro Inc, a globally driven American plastics injection molding company that had hoped to purchase a large stake in Mikromashina. Viktor, in spite of his company''s many problems, had reservations about being swallowed up by a larger foreign company.

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Abstract

Mikromashina of Moscow was a relatively small formerly state-owned enterprise that produced small electrical products such as hair clippers, electric shavers, and coffee grinders. Mikromashina had been experiencing severe problems during Russia''s privatization phase. The company under its acting President, Viktor Levintan, had engaged in negotiation with Nypro Inc, a globally driven American plastics injection molding company that had hoped to purchase a large stake in Mikromashina. Viktor, in spite of his company''s many problems, had reservations about being swallowed up by a larger foreign company.

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