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Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (35th anniversary) by Yu. A. Sinyakov

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Published by Novosti Press Agency Publishing House in Moscow .
Written in English


  • Sovet Ekonomicheskoi Vzaimopomoshchi.

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Translation of "Sovet Ekonomicheskoi Vzaimopomoschi".

StatementYuri Sinyakov ; [translated from the Russian by Lyudmila Tetskaya].
Series[Soviet booklets]
The Physical Object
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13826157M

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The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance: The Thorny Path from Political to Economic Integration. The main theme of this book is how difficult it is for the planned economies to develop multilateral trade relations and accomplish economic integration, given their autarkically oriented trade mechanisms.   Published under the auspices of the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law under the direction of Rüdiger Wolfrum. 1 The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance was founded in January in Moscow, whereas the exact date of its creation is unknown. This first-rate book, by a Polish economist who was in the Comecon secretariat for five years in the s and has since watched Eastern Europe closely from Vienna, provides an analytical narrative of the organization's work from the beginning to the early Gorbachev years. Although it deals with many subjects, including Soviet domination, the relation of Comecon to the Warsaw . This study addresses several questions surrounding the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA), including why the Soviet Union created a trading system based on economic autarchy and bilateral, Read more.

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This study has been long in the making, and the world has changed dramatically while we have been at work. We initially anticipated a substantial section on the Soviet-dominated Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA or "COMECON"), which offered an interesting contrast to the kind of international business regime typically found among market-oriented countries and . Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance. OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Sovet Ėkonomicheskoĭ Vzaimopomoshchi--dvadt︠s︡atʹ piatʹ let. COMECON (council for mutual economic assistance) founded by the soviet union in responce to the marshall's plan the changes made in the British government after WW2. In the early s, the economic consequences of European Community (EC) policies forced the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) Author: Aleksei Popov.