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Economic integration : Two approaches / V. I. Kuznetsov ; translated from Russian by Bean Brian.

By: Kuznet︠s︡ov, V. I. (Valeriĭ Ivanovich) [Author].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Current problems.Publisher: Moscow : Progress Publishers, 1976Description: 174 pages : tables ; 21 cm.Subject(s): European Economic Community -- Europe, Eastern | Council for Mutual Economic Assistance | International economic integrationDDC classification: 338.91/47
Partial contents:
Integration and integration -- Chapter 1: Objectives and principles of economic integration -- Chapter 2: The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance and the common market -- Chapter 3: Economic integration: Politics and world trade -- Chapter 4: Economic integration and aid to the developing countries -- Steps in socialist economic integration.
Summary: "The author has deliberately confined his attention to comparing CMEA [Council for Mutual Economic Assistance] and the EEC [European Economic Community], since it is these two associations of states that most clearly reflect characteristic differences of approach to integration, at the roots of which lies one and the same objective historical process of internationalisation of the economic life of the peoples." -- From the first section, "Integration and integration".
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The Karl H. Niebyl Collection HC 241.25.E83 K8913 1976 (Browse shelf) Not For Loan NPML19060015

Integration and integration -- Chapter 1: Objectives and principles of economic integration -- Chapter 2: The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance and the common market -- Chapter 3: Economic integration: Politics and world trade -- Chapter 4: Economic integration and aid to the developing countries -- Steps in socialist economic integration.

"The author has deliberately confined his attention to comparing CMEA [Council for Mutual Economic Assistance] and the EEC [European Economic Community], since it is these two associations of states that most clearly reflect characteristic differences of approach to integration, at the roots of which lies one and the same objective historical process of internationalisation of the economic life of the peoples." -- From the first section, "Integration and integration".

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