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Article: Soviet industry in the world spotlight: The domestic dilemmas of Soviet foreign economic relations, 1955-1965

TitleSoviet industry in the world spotlight: The domestic dilemmas of Soviet foreign economic relations, 1955-1965
Authors
Issue Date2010
Citation
Europe - Asia Studies, 2010, v. 62, n. 9, p. 1555-1578 How to Cite?
AbstractThe mid-1950s marked the beginning of tremendous growth in the Soviet Union's foreign economic relations. Based on archival research, this article argues that this growth masked two contradictory processes. On the one hand, Kremlin leaders encouraged ever more economic engagement with the world. On the other hand, the Soviet system discouraged industrial managers from producing for export, and it often caused precious imports to be wasted. This struggle between industry and the Kremlin over foreign trade gave impetus to the treadmill of reforms launched by the Khrushchev leadership. © 2010 University of Glasgow.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/213937
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dc.contributor.authorSanchez-Sibony, Oscar-
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dc.identifier.citationEurope - Asia Studies, 2010, v. 62, n. 9, p. 1555-1578-
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dc.description.abstractThe mid-1950s marked the beginning of tremendous growth in the Soviet Union's foreign economic relations. Based on archival research, this article argues that this growth masked two contradictory processes. On the one hand, Kremlin leaders encouraged ever more economic engagement with the world. On the other hand, the Soviet system discouraged industrial managers from producing for export, and it often caused precious imports to be wasted. This struggle between industry and the Kremlin over foreign trade gave impetus to the treadmill of reforms launched by the Khrushchev leadership. © 2010 University of Glasgow.-
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