International specialization and co-production carried out by the CMEA member countries.



Publisher: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance, Secretariat in Moscow

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • International cooperation,
  • Europe, Eastern -- Industries
  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBorokh, N. V., Council for Mutual Economic Assistance.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC244 I5613 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19625832M

The book uses a coherent theoretical outlook to investigate a series of case studies, crossing the cultural divides to examine the similarities and differences of public space in different urban contexts, and its critical analysis of the process of development, management and use of . The countries involved aimed to even-out the level of economic development and to play an equal part in the international division of labour. An important role was played by the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) or Comecon, an international body set up to promote economic development. The "socialist commonwealth" includes the ten full members of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) plus Laos, with observer status only. Thus, except for Romania, the so-called commonwealth remains limited to the pro-Soviet core of communist-ruled countries. An investigation carried out by the State Council for Technology in Poland in revealed that the following proportions of production technologies were obsolete compared with average world standards: 25 per cent in machine-building, 30 percent in the chemical industry and as .

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. Book Reviews Book Reviews The Government and Politics of the European Community, by Neill Nugent (London: Macmillan, ), pp. ,f hb; f pb. This is an excellent and much-needed text for those teaching courses on the European Community. Neill Nugent has produced a structure which should enable him quite easily to carry out the inevitable updating and . To evaluate Japanese specialization patterns (see Figure 3), an indicator of the contribution to trade balance (ICTB) of a country has been worked out for the various groups of sectors in consideration (Center for International Prospective Studies [CEPII], ) (see Figure 2). If the contribution (positive or negative) of each group of sectors. Albert Street, Suite , Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1P 5G4. Phone: 1 () Fax: 1 ()

One of the most successful clustering applications in Turkey was carried out by istanbul Textile and Apparel Exporters' Associations (ITKib). itkib; It is a union established in to increase export potential in textile, apparel, leather and carpet sectors, to promote sectoral products and to assist its members in international activities. Scientific and technical cooperation between CMEA member states was facilitated by the establishment in of the International Centre for Scientific and Technical Information in Moscow. Trade between CMEA member states was divided into ‘hard’ goods and ‘soft’ goods. The former could be sold on world markets and the latter could not.

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The European CMEA member countries and in Cuba will consist of the construction of nuclear power plants in those countries with the technical co-operation of the USSR. By plants with an aggregate output of 37 MWe are to be built in this way. The total power output of nuclear power plants in the CMEA member countries including the USSR will.

Later the coverage was to be extended to publications of non-member countries, and also non-CMEA countries were to be permitted to join the "club". The first joint effort on a topic was to be carried out in and a broad basis for co-operation which eventually would lead to the establishment by the CMEA countries of an international Cited by: 1.

fuel and raw materials problems by the joint efforts of member countries; the second promotes the extension of international specialization and co-production; and the third encourages scientific and technological cooperation among the CMEA member countries.

All the integration measures are carried out by the CMEA member countries onAuthor: Aladar Sipos, Noboru Miyanabe, Kiichi Mochizuki. The International Market of CMEA Countries.

By O. Bogomolov. Abstract. adopted at the Thirty-third Session of CMEA noted the active role of commodity and monetary relations between CMEA member nations in the planned implementation of socialist economic integration.

One of the important results of the council's activity mentioned in the Author: O. Bogomolov. Past analyses of the economies of the members. The paper sets out the traditional socialist member countries tended to downplay "institutional model" of the CMEA regime, trade and payment relations through the CMEA.

discusses its defects, and briefly evaluates the The key concem of analysts was with Westem CMEA regime. These five countries form the active European members of the CMEA.

Albania is formally still a full CMEA member, although it ceased active participation in 4. This is known officially as the Conference of First Secretaries of Communist and Workers' Parties and of the Heads of Government of the CMEA Member Countries.

In intra-CMEA trade the nearest equivalent to product buy-back arrangements is the joint investment projects carried out by CMEA member countries since in a number of key industrial sectors such as fuel, power, raw materials extraction and processing.

In the last two or three years in particular, they greatly publicized the so-called “complex programme of the further deepening and improvement of collaboration and development of the socialist economic integration of the CMEA member countries”, worked out and approved at the 23rd, 24th and 25th sessions of this organisation.

Phase 2 ( – ) Socialist Development Models for the “Third World” This project examines the intentions and practices of economic relations between European Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) countries and countries of the Global South as well as the related transfer of the socialist development model.

^0 For a brief discussion of the computer development in GDR, see, for example, Judy (). ^^ For a brief comparison of CMEA members' development records, see Marer (). 5 2 For the recent restructuring in Bulgaria, see Doumayrou ().

53 For CMEA cooperation and specialization, see, for example, Sobell (). 54 Stent (). nomic mechanism in the different countries has brought in the field of banking. The foreign reader's interest will certainly be captivated by a detailed description and a balanced evaluation of the Inter-national Bank for Economic Co-operation set up by the CMEA countries in and its relation to the banks of the CMEA member countries.

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The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA/Comecon) was established inbut active cooperation between socialist countries of Eastern Europe began only in the mids. Abstract. Over the last decade, the CMEA countries have increased their agricultural output.

The annual average volume in – was 5 per cent greater than in – — 12 per cent in Hungary, 8 per cent in Bulgaria and Romania, 6 per cent in GDR, 5 per cent in USSR and 9 per cent in Czechoslovakia. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Published Date: June variations in international prices and in particular at promoting a planned division of labor and at contributing to specialization among CMEA member countries, it had tax and subsidy consequences.

The trade plans were carried out exclusively by foreign trade organizations and mostly. At the international trade law seminar of the Council of Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) held in Moscow in Marchwhere senior officials of ministries of foreign trade of CMEA countries assembled, general approval was given to the Convention as well as to the Prescription Convention.

A co-production is a joint venture between two or more different production companies for the purpose of film production, television production, video game development, and so the case of an international co-production, production companies from different countries (typically two to three) are working together.

Co-production also refers to the way services are produced by their users, in. The short and the long run relationships among prices, wages, labour productivity and exchange rate in Poland and Hungary by using the Johansen () maximum likelihood approach for cointegrated. Foreign trade volume of the CMEA countries with India (in millions of rubles) Volume 2, 3, 3, Export 1, 1, 1, Import 1, 1, 1, Sources: Calculated from the handbooks of the CMEA countries.

CMEA member nations have played an important role in. Specialization and cooperation are expected to lead to lower production costs, increased output, and better quality products. The agreements have had limited success, however, in increasing economic integration among CMEA countries and in reducing duplication in production.

standardization[‚standərdə′zāshən] (analytical chemistry) A process in which the value of a potential standard is fixed by a measurement made with respect to a standard whose value is known.

(design engineering) The adoption of generally accepted uniform procedures, dimensions, materials, or parts that directly affect the design of a. The experience of the Eastern European countries highlights the need for reforms in the public and financial sectors.

25 The importance of systemic reforms is underlined by the substantial impact on output of the collapse of trade among the former members of the CMEA, which has a number of implications for the republics of the former Soviet Union.

CMEA countries Scope Note: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance. (Use for historical references only) Narrower Terms: Bulgaria Cuba Czechoslovakia German DR Hungary Mongolia Poland Romania USSR Viet Nam Subject Categories: Economic groupings Historical note: He has contributed much to strengthening and developing international cooperation in land reclamation and water management.

He headed the Soviet delegation to meetings of Heads of Water Economy bodies of CMEA member countries, coordinating the cooperation between the Socialist countries in the field of land reclamation and water management. Types and Modes of International Cooperation. South-South Cooperation: This type of cooperation is mainly used to create, exchange and develop technical abilities, experiences and knowledge between countries with a similar level of development, based on the concepts of equity, trust and collaborative effort.

South-North Cooperation: This type of cooperation is based on how the knowledge. advantage in all the goods (i.e., it can produce all the goods more efficiently than other countries), it can still benefit from international trade through increasing specialization in the goods where its comparative advantage lies (Leung and Cai, ).

Specialization --> international trade --> produce more efficiently & greater volume --> increase output & income & living standards Absolute advantage Region/country being able to produce a good/service at a lower average cost per unit that any other. Inthe 25th Session of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) adopted a Programme for the Development of Socialist Economic Integration.

Later, part of this program became a program of cooperation in the field of oceanography, particularly the chemical, physical, and biological processes of certain important areas of the ocean. signed by 23 nations in started as a set of rules to ensure nondiscrimination, clear procedures, the negotiation of disputes, and the participation of lesser- developed countries in international trade.

GATT sponsored eight rounds of international trade negotiations aimed at reducing trade restrictions. 6 What is Logistics. {Definition of supply chain managementzSupply chain management encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities.

zImportantly, it also includes coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be suppliers. Describes the role of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) in solving world problems such as the widening gulf between developed and developing nations, undernourishment, acquiring materials for industrialization, and environmental protection.

CMEA is a collective organization of socialist countries which helps plan and control international economic processes within its own region.Approach to international cooperation in agricultural research. The Conference devoted considerable attention to approaches to cooperation in agricultural research between national institutions, both within developing regions and between developed and developing countries, international research centres, and international agencies - in particular FAO.The International Office of Epizootics (OIE) is an organization with official veterinary services in most countries of the world.

Founded inits principal objectives are to stimulate and coordinate the dissemination of information on infectious diseases, including changes in .