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International monopolies and developing countries

Author: Nukhovich, E. ; Gorin, Vadim (translator) Series: Progress problems of the developing countries Publisher: Progress Publishers, 1980.Language: EnglishDescription: 302 p ; 21 cm.Type of document: BookNote: Translation of Mezhdunarodnye monopolii i razvivaëiìushchiesëiìa strany/Includes bibliographical referencesBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Translation of Mezhdunarodnye monopolii i razvivaëiìushchiesëiìa strany/Includes bibliographical references

Includes bibliographical references

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International Monopolies and
Developing Countries
Contents
Introduction 7
Chapter I. THE CURRENT STAGE IN THE CRISIS OF THE
WORLD CAPITALIST ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL
MONOPOLIES 13
1. Changes in the World Capitalist Economy and Developing
Countries 13
2. International Monopolies and the World Capitalist
Economy 28
Chapter II. THE WEST'S STATE-MONOPOLY REGULATION OF
ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES 48
1. The Representation of "Multinational Partnership"
as a Form of Assistance. 48
2. The Influence of Different. Groups of International
Monopolies on the International Division of Labour 69
3. Contemporary Forms of the International Monopolies'
Neocolonialist Exploitation of Developing Countries
118
Chapter III. INTERNATIONAL MONOPOLIES AS A FACTOR
INTENSIFYING THE UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT
OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 145
1. Private Monopoly Investments and the Uneven Development
of Developing Countries 145
2. The Recycling of "Petrodollars" 158
Chapter IV. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE
EXPLOITATION OF WORKING PEOPLE IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES BY INTERNATIONAL
MONOPOLIES 175
1. Old and New Forms of Exploitation 175
2. The Social Strategy Pursued by the West and Its International
Monopolies with Regard to Developing Countries 188
3. The Activities of the Working Class in Opposing International
Corporations 205
Chapter V. INTERNATIONAL RIVALRY FOR ECONOMIC
TERRITORIES 214
1. International Giants Divide Developing Countries Among
Themselves Without Consulting Their Hosts 214
2. The Commercial Activities of Military Firms and Their
Spheres of Influence in Developing Countries 223
Chapter VI. A NEW STAGE IN THE STRUGGLE OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES FOR THEIR SOVEREIGN
RIGHTS 236
1. The Restructuring of International Economic Relations
as a Major Prerequisite for a Successful Struggle of Developing
Countries Against International Monopolies
236
2. Relations Based on Equality and Cooperation as a New
Type of International Economic Relations 265
3. Opponents of Soviet Economic Cooperation with Developing
Countries 291

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