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Czechoslovakia.

first Czechoslovak economic five-year plan

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Published by Printed by Orbis in Prague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Czechoslovakia. -- Ministerstvo informací a osvěty,
  • Czechoslovakia -- Economic policy

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of: Prvni československý pětilety plán.

    StatementCzechoslovak Ministry of Information and public culture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68, [7] p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16859648M

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    The integration of the STI system and the library system is one of the objectives of the current five-year plan of the Czechoslovak State Information Policy of amined from the point of view of system analysis, it is difficult to draw a line between libraries and information : J. Lambert. In the eighth Five-Year Plan, the national income grew at an average rate of %. In the ninth Five-Year Plan (–), the national income grew at an annual rate of %. In the tenth Five-Year Plan (–), the national income grew at an annual rate of %. The Soviet Union made noteworthy scientific and technological progress.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Czechoslovakia. Ministerstvo informací a osvěty. First Czechoslovak economic five-year plan.

Prague: Czechoslovak. The first Czechoslovak economic five-year plan. Act [no.dated Octo ] and government memorandum. Economic planners set relatively modest growth targets for the Seventh Five-Year Plan (–), revising their goals downward two years into the plan.

"Intensification" of the economy—focusing on efficient use of resources rather than simply quantitative growth—was the keynote of government policy. The first Czechoslovak economic five-year plan: act and government memorandum. by Czechoslovakia. 2 editions - first published in Not in Library.

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28 October is observed as the National Day; it was on that day in that. Abstract. The Czechoslovak State came into existence on 28 Oct.,as the result of diplomatic and political action among the Allied and Associated Powers after the first world war and of the spontaneous rising of the Czech and Slovak population against Austrian and Hungarian rule.

28 October is observed as the National Day; it was on that day in that. The Czechoslovak economy was determined by five-year plans.

Following the Soviet example, Czechoslovakia began emphasising the rapid development of heavy industry. The industrial sector was reorganised with an emphasis on metallurgy, heavy machinery, and coal mining.

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search during the Third Czechoslovak Five-Year Plan (). The Annexes contain the economic and social data necessary for a thorough comprehension of the study and a list of bibliographical sources and references for further information.

The exchange rate of the Czechoslovak Crown versus United States dollars used in this. em data on Czechoslovakia’s long-term economic growth with caution. These data suggest that the most impressive rate of growth occurred during the First Five-Year Plan (), when the official measure of net material product (NMP) increased nearly 10 percent per annum.

However, this rate of growth proved unsustainable. The aim of this book is to bring together, from various sources, statistics and general information on Czechoslovakia's economy during the first decade of comprehensive central planning, toand to make comparisons with economic developments in highly industrial Western countries as well as in less industrial Eastern European countries.

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