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Wirtschaftsbeziehungen zwischen Ost und West: Perspektiven und Probleme

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  • Ogawa, Kazuo
  • Hewett, Edward
  • Giersch, Herbert
  • Okita, Saburo
  • Sekiguchi, Sueo
  • Uno, Kimio
  • Holzmann, Franklyn
  • Reuber, Grant
  • Trezise, Philip H.
  • Kaltefleiter, Werner
  • Leonhard, Wolfgang
  • Onida, Fabrizio
  • Portes, Richard
  • Uri, Pierre
  • Wolter, Frank

Vorwort 3 I. Einleitung 5 II. Ost-West-Handel 8 a. Entwicklung 8 b. Aussichten für die nähere Zukunft 12 c. Der Handel mit China 14 d. Der sowjetische Ferne Osten 15 e. Komparative Vorteile im Ost-West-Süd-Handel . . 16 f. Gewinne aus dem Handel 17 III. Technologietransfer 20 IV. Die Finanzierung des Handels: Das Problem der Verschuldung . 26 V. Institutionelle Probleme 33 VI. Zusammenfassung und Schlußfolgerungen 37 Verzeichnis der Tabellen ^9 Literaturverzeichnis 40

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Paper provided by Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) in its series Kiel Discussion Papers with number 57/58.

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Date of creation: 1978
Handle: RePEc:zbw:ifwkdp:57-58
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