Training Cadres from the Local Population in the Central Asian Republics
Qualitative factors of economic development have acquired special significance at the present stage of communist construction. This point is equally applicable to labor power, the level of use of which in large measure determines the growth rates of social production and the enhancement of its effectiveness. The correspondence of the basic elements of the productive forces â labor power to the means of production â is a necessary condition for the accelerated development of social production. The present period is characterized by an accelerated rate of scientific and technical progress that makes greater demands on the qualitative features of personnel and especially on the level of their education and their specialized training.
Volume (Year): 22 (1979)
Issue (Month): 5 (September)
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