Rick Lyman is a journalist and Central and Eastern European bureau chief of the New York Times. Rick first worked for the NYT in 1997 as a culture reporter, eventually becoming Houston bureau chief. He’s also worked at the Kansas City Star and the Philadelphia Inquirer and was part of a team that shared a Pulitzer Prize for local reporting on a story on the collapse of two skywalks in Kansas City that killed 114 people.
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Multinationals: curse or blessing for the developing world?
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