PR EUROPE: TASHKENT: Case deals Aces a winning hand

US agricultural machine manufacturer Case has appointed PR agency Aces to handle its public relations in Uzbekistan. Aces will develop media and government contacts as Case attempts to sell it cotton-picking machines to the government in Tashkent. Aces has worked for Case for six months in Moscow but this is the first time Case has appointed an agency to work in ex-Soviet states outside Moscow.

US agricultural machine manufacturer Case has appointed PR agency

Aces to handle its public relations in Uzbekistan. Aces will develop

media and government contacts as Case attempts to sell it cotton-picking

machines to the government in Tashkent. Aces has worked for Case for six

months in Moscow but this is the first time Case has appointed an agency

to work in ex-Soviet states outside Moscow.



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