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L'évolution récente des échanges extérieurs des pays de l'Est

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  • Claude Simon
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    [fre] Destinée à harmoniser les plans de développement à moyen et long terme des pays membres, l'organisation du CAEM (connu aussi sous l'abréviation anglaise de Comecon) ne s'est pas avérée jusqu'à présent favorable à une extension rapide des relations commerciales. La progression des échanges intervenue ces dernières années, sans remettre en cause le caractère dominant du commerce intracommunautaire, a accru le rôle dss pays occidentaux développés. Cette évolution tient en partie à la hausse des prix, plus importante à l'ouest qu'à l'est, mais elle est aussi la conséquence d'une politique d'importation de biens d'équipement en vue, selon les cas, de moderniser les équipements existants ou d'accélérer et de remodeler l'industrialisation. Il s'ensuivit pour la plupart des membres du CAEM une détérioration progressive de leur balance commerciale avec les pays de l'Ouest. Le déséquilibre des échanges risque de s'accentuer pour les pays du CAEM autres que l'URSS; celle-ci a en effet décidé de répercuter dans le commerce avec ses partenaires de la Communauté les hausses des prix mondiaux de matières premières dont elle est le principal fournisseur. [eng] Recent development of eastern countries' foreign trade - CAEM organization (usually known in english as COMECON) aimed to harmonize medium and long term development planning of member countries, does not appear up to now to be favourable to a speedy spreading of trade relations. The development of foreign exchanges in recent years has increased the part played by developed t western countries without altering the prevailing character of trade between Community countries. Such development is partly due to rise in prices which proves to be more important in Western countries than in Eastern countries; it also derives from an import policy of equipment goods leading to the modernization of the existing equipments or the speeding up and remodeling of industrialization. Consequently, most of CAEM member countries were affected by a progressive deterioration of their trade balance with Western countries. Foreign adverse trade balance among CAEM countries, excepting USSR, is liable to increase since USSR has indeed decided that her Community partners should support world rise in prices of raw materials of which she is the main supplier. [spa] Reciente desarrollo del comercio exterior de los países del Este - Con objeto de armonizar los planes de desarrollo a medio y a largo plazo de los palses miembros, la Organizacion del CAEM (conocida también por la abreviación inglesa de COMECON) no parece, hasta la fecha, propensa a una extension rápida de las relaciones comerciales. La progresión de los intercambios acaecida durante los pasados anos ha ido acrecentando el papel desempenado por los países occidentales desarrollados sin que por ello se pueda poner en duda el carácter dominante del comercio entre palses miembros. Tal desarrollo es debido en parte al alza de precios, la que se verifica más importante en el Oeste que en el Este, mas es consecuencia también de una politica de importación de bienes de equipo aptos, según los casos, para modernizar los equipos existentes o activar y reamoldar la industrialización. A consecuencia de ello, con relación a la mayoría de los países miembros del CAEM se manifesto una deterioración progresiva de su balanzacomercial con los palses occidentales. El desequilibrio de los intercambios esta pendiente de una agravacion con relación a los países del CAEM, exceptuando la URSS: esta decidió, en efecto, repercutir en el comercio con los demis miembros de la Comunidad las alzas mundiales de precios de materias primas de las que es principal proveedor.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Economie et statistique.

    Volume (Year): 72 (1975)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 25-36

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:ecstat:estat_0336-1454_1975_num_72_1_2258
    Note: DOI:10.3406/estat.1975.2258
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