Several years ago Jim Muir left the USA expecting 15 lengthy meetings and facility tours. What he got was 27 meetings in three weeks, little sleep and memories to last a lifetime. It was a hands-on experience bouncing along the length and breadth of Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and south-western Russia – by car.
What he had to offer was potential financial assistance along with agricultural and alternative energy equipment and expertise. Appointments were arranged in advance by his network in the former Soviet Union. Photo above In Drochia, Moldova. Friend and colleague Vladimir Sterpov (center) discusses potential corn ethanol project with Muir’s Arkansas, USA client, Agri Enterprise.