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Property and Management

  • Economics


The tasks of overcoming the profound economic crisis, of unconditionally implementing stabilization measures, and of making a stage-by-stage transition to market relations require new structures of state and economic management aimed at the formation of a market-type economy. In view of the present situation in the country, it is vitally important to expand the sphere of action of market structures but at the same time not to anticipate events and break existing links without creating the necessary prerequisites in the national economy. In a word, the formation and functioning of the market must be managed by ensuring the effective realization of adopted laws and a consistent transition from the direct control over all links of the economy to the regulation of its development on the basis of the use of economic, financial, and contractual levers.

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