Doubts from the italian "members"
greg at ausit.com
Mon Apr 22 21:59:01 EDT 2002
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On 16/04/2002 at 12:31 AM Marta Rosso wrote:
>Thank you Evan and Chuck, your answers have been quite satisfactory for
>and I appreciated your fairness, even though I had been so "hostile".
>Thank you Greg for your patience and your realistic thinking.
>I'm sorry for my aggressive approach.
It is better you ask and get answers, this way it helps both LPI and
yourself and removes doubts.
>I will try to write a business plan for an italian affiliate in the next
>weeks to give a more concrete contribution, and will get involved in the
>discussion for the european way to go.
That is great !
As mentioned, as well as meeting you in person, I know you have much to
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