The Commercial Policies of the Communist Third World

  • Peter Wiles
  • Alan Smith


The Communist Third World is an area that defies precise definition. Our choice of countries to study has been determined in the main by analytical considerations, but has also been affected by the constraints of time and finance, the availability of scholars with the appropriate linguistic skills and the desire to avoid duplication with country studies being conducted elsewhere.


Socialist Country Asian Development Bank Commercial Policy Communist Country International Financial Statistics 
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  • Peter Wiles
  • Alan Smith

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