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Some Problems in the Improvement of National Economic Planning

  • Economics
  • Political Science


The target figures for development of the national economy of the USSR in 1959-1965, adopted by the 21st Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union envisage a grandiose program for the upbuilding of communism in our country. Problems of further upbuilding of the economies of the constituent republics and the economic districts play an important role in the seven-year plan. An example of the unflagging attention given by the Communist Party and the Soviet government to the development of the economy and culture of formerly backward nationality areas is that of Kazakhstan. The volume of industrial production in the Kazakh SSR rose 43 times from 1913 to 1958.

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