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Director of All Biz Ltd extended his warmest wishes to clients and partners of the company for The New Year.

10 Jan 2012 | Economy
Director of  All Biz Ltd extended his warmest wishes to clients and partners of the company for The  New Year.
The director of All Biz, Ivan Zakrevsky, showed up for the publicity with greeting for the New Year holidays and wishes of sustainable growth, long-term partnership and prosperity. The video message came out on the New Year's Eve on Ukrainian Business Channel (UBC). As the academician Sakharov has said "the meaning of life is in the expansion",- Ivan Zakrevsky noted, - and in the coming year an international online directory of goods and services All Biz is going to promote the expansion of international trade and enhance cooperation between companies from different countries" Video is available on this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ25kE_IylQ&context=C3a92554ADOEgsToPDskKJJg45FDwmXXQ6JsFGbSJp Reference: All.biz - is an international electronic b2b market of goods and services available in 26 languages. An audience of the project includes more than 182 million visitors per year. The project consolidates commodity markets of 65 countries, contains structured information of more...

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