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August 31, 2015
D&B to service CIS companies by providing corporate business cards to deal with international counterparties

Companies in Russia and the neighboring CIS countries have got the opportunity to enter the Dun & Bradstreet international register of verified legal entities in order to get their global registration D-U-N-S number and electronic "Trust Seal" placed on their corporate web-site. Together, this service is a kind of "business card" for any company seeking to improve its credibility with potential contractors and get started on the international market.

Dun & Bradstreet global database covers around 250 million records, which allows her to reliably identify all the businesses in the world and maintain D-U-N-S Registered, a global registry of trusted companies. In the last 50 years Dun & Bradstreet supported 9-digit D-U-N-S, an unparalleled global numbering system companies based on. The world‘s leading corporations believe every company should have such a number that allows identifying and verifying any partner, a prerequisite for establishing business relations. Thus, D-U-N-S is the guarantee that the foreign partner can easily find information on companies and may quickly make a decision about cooperation.

"In today‘s world many often find challenging to verify existence, reliability of a business offering its services, e.g., online, or to certify a relationship of a company and its website, says Olga Rink, Interfax - Dan Bradstreet Director General. The Dun & Bradstreet services, which are now available in Russia, CIS, and Georgia, will allow you to quickly ascertain reliability of counterparty. For many companies who don‘t know their D-U-N-S, this is also a chance to get a corporate business card for partners abroad."

The electronic certificate, which may be received by clicking on a link posted at the customers website, contains information about the company in a World-familiar Dun & Bradstreet business format. This "Trust Seal" is subject to voluntary disclosing companys basic information and signing of the agreement with Interfax Dun & Bradstreet.

D-U-N-S Registered Program (www.dunsregistered.com) has already been implemented in many countries, including the USA, China, India, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico.

*** American Dun & Bradstreet (NYSE:DNB), the world‘s largest provider of information about companies, traces its history back to 1841, its global base is unparalleled in scope and based on DUNSRight, a unique technology of standardization and data verification.

For more information visit website www.dnb.com

*** Russian Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet, created in 2008 by Interfax Group and Dun & Bradstreet, in the CIS and Georgia provides access to the world‘s largest database of businesses as well as services for the assessment of credit and compliance risks, which meet international standards. The JV is responsible for assigning D-U-N-S in Russia and neighboring countries.

For more information visit website www.dnb.ru

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