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by Carl H McMillan

Author: Carl H McMillan
Language: English
Publisher: Institute of Soviet and East European Studies, Carleton University (1977)
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Investments, East European, Investments, Russian. Ottawa : Institute of Soviet and East European Studies, Carleton University. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.

Investments, East European, Investments, Russian.

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Published 1977 by Institute of Soviet and East European Studies, Carleton University in Ottawa. East European Investments, Investments, East European, Investments, Soviet, Soviet Investments, Russian Investments. Bibliography: p. 79-81. East-West commercial relations series ;, no. 7.

9. Marie Lavigne, ‘L’URSS dans le Comecon face à l’Ouest’ in Centre d’Economie Internationale des Pays Socialistes, Stratégies des pays socialistes dans l’échange internationale (Paris, 1980), pp. 37–68, at pp. 42–43.

Home Browse Books Book details, East-West Relations and the . Part One examines the evolution of East-West political and economic relations in the 1970s and prospects for the 1980s.

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Diversification has clearly been an important factor for Yugoslav firms setting up activities in the West: the 287 subsidiaries listed in Table . span 19 European, North American and Australasian countries.

Mongolia, Cuba, and Vietnam. Soviet-initiated Comecon support for the Council's three least-developed members, Cuba, Mongolia, and Vietnam, benefited them, but the burden on the six East European Comecon members had been most unwelcome. Comecon was structured in such a way that the more economically developed members provided support to the less developed members in their major economic sectors. In the 1970s and 1980s, assistance from Comecon had been directed toward export-oriented industries.

The International Conference "The European Court of Human Rights in East-West Relations: Norms, Values and .

The International Conference "The European Court of Human Rights in East-West Relations: Norms, Values and Legal Politics" is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the participation of the Russian Federation in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Natalya Sekretaryeva (HSE) – Participation of the Post-communist States in the European Convention on Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: a Two-Way Road? Panel discussion.

Soviet foreign trade played only a minor role in the Soviet economy. The Soviet Union maintained this low level because it could draw upon a large energy and raw material base, and because it historically had pursued a policy of self-sufficiency. In the 1970s, during the period of détente, trade with the West gained in importance at the expense of trade with socialist countries.