Long-Term Programme for Economic Stabilisation and the Industrial Structure of Yugoslavia
Under the impact of growin g pressures, the importance of the structure of an economy is increasingly understood in countries on different levels of economic development and with various socio-economic systems. Structural policy has become a regular element of development policy. In the 1980s structural problems are becoming more severe and acquiring new dimensions as a result of such factors as the slowing down of economic growth, technological progress and the growing competition in this field, and changes in the international environment particularly unfavourable to countries on lower levels of economic development. The process of structural change is not a new phenomenon, but the conditions for executing structural policy are worsening.
KeywordsBiomass Economic Crisis Europe Income Abate
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