A new situation in Hungarian—Soviet trade: what is to be done?

  • András Köves


During 1975–1988 Hungary’s relations within the CMEA have been marked by the following difficulties: the narrowing of purchasing opportunities (the stagnation or fall in the quantity of imports that Hungary wished to purchase); the faltering of the earlier stability of purchase and sale; and the considerable deterioration in Hungarian terms of trade and in non-price conditions of trade.


World Market Socialist Country Soviet Economy Hard Good CMEA Country 
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    See, for example, A. Köves ‘The Import Restriction Squeeze and Import Maximising Ambitions’, Acta Oeconomica, 34, 1–2 (1985), pp. 99–112Google Scholar
  2. A. Köves ‘Some Questions of the Energy Policy of the East European Countries’, in R. Dietz and K. Mack, Energie, Umwelt und Zusammenarbeit in Europa (Energy, Environment and Cooperation in Europe) (Springer Verlag, Wien-New York, 1987), pp. 57–67.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    A. Köves, ‘“Implicit Subsidies” and Some Issues of Economic Relations Within the CMEA’, Acta Oeconomica, 31, Nos. 1–2 (1983), pp. 125–136.Google Scholar

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© Michael Marrese and Sándor Richter 1990

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