The Russians Are Coming To Banking SchoolKelley Holland
In the old Soviet Union, few Americans came in for more opprobrium than bankers. But times have changed. Last month, close to 250 Russians sat in Connecticut's Fairfield University auditorium and listened intently as Russian U.N. envoy Yuli M. Vorontsov remarked that David Rockefeller, former chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, was "a very good example to follow in banking."
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