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Some Theoretical Problems of National Economic Effectiveness of Utilization of Machines



The 2lst Congress of the CPSU noted that the most important measures for the further growth of production and for reductions in production costs are the all-round mechanization and automation of production processes. The introduction of new technology into our industry is being provided for by vast sums of capital investments, as envisaged by the Seven-Year Plan for the development of the national economy. However, the rates of the expanded reproduction depend not only upon the volume of appropriations set aside for capital investment, but, to agreater degree, upon the effectiveness with which they are employed. In this connection, the problem of the effectiveness of utilization of machines takes on special significance.

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