The Socialist Countries at a Critical Stage in World Economic Development
AbstractThe economic system of the socialist countries is undergoing profound changes. These changes are dictated by modern technological progress, the new needs of socialist society, and shifts in the world economy. The scale and complexity of the tasks that lie ahead can be seen more clearly and in greater detail if we examine socialist countries worldwide. And there is all the more justification for doing so, because today's world is distinguished by the increasing political and economic interconnectedness of the development of individual states regardless of differences in their socioeconomic organization. It should also be remembered that the restructuring process is taking place at a critical stage in the world economic process.
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Volume (Year): 30 (1987)
Issue (Month): 8 (December)
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