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Russian tech probes Silicon Valley interest

3/28/2011 02:34 PM EDT
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chanj0   3/28/2011 6:30:59 PM
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Advancement in communication technologies has triggered more cooperation of companies around the world. The difference of timezone may be one of the many challenges. The bridging of the cultural gap may be the most difficult one.

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