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Economic growth and its price: some tendencies of Belarus economy transformation, 1990-2005

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  • Aliaksei P. Smolski


    (Belarus State Economic University)

In article some tendencies and features of Belarus economy transformation are analyzed. Macroeconomic processes and conditions are esteemed as external environment elements, in which one the enterprises of country operates. The financial state and a number of other enterprises activity performances as objective reasons of their economic insolvency are investigated. The features of Belarus economy are disclosed, which remind of socialist system. The question about the price of reached rates of economic growth for enterprises and society is examined.

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Paper provided by Socionet in its series Macroeconomics with number smolski_aliaksei.39168-e1.

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Date of creation: 07 Sep 2006
Handle: RePEc:nos:wuwpma:smolski_aliaksei.39168-e1
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