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Title: Усиление взаимозависимости в мировом хозяйстве и необходимость координации внешнеэкономической политики
Other Titles: Growth of Interdependence in World Economy and Necessity of Coordination of External Economic Policies (Nakhli Sharbel)
Authors: Шарбель, Нахли Жержи
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Белорусский журнал международного права и международных отношений. — 1999. — № 3
Abstract: The article analyses new trends, shaping in world economy, and their influence on the formation of foreign economic policy of separate states. Special attention is paid to the growth of interdependence of the states on the basis of the growth of international trade links, mobility of production factors and also on migration crises and process of property internationalisation. The growth of different types of interdependence creates a range of issues. Their solution is impossible without the coordination of external economic policies between separate countries and groups of the states. Among them there are the problems of external debts, currency and migration regulation. The author comes to a conclusion that the structural and economic changes during the last 20—30 years have substantially influenced the direction of foreign economic policies of separate states, including the Republic of Belarus and other post-socialist states, that are increasingly involved in world economy. When the course of external economic policy is being chosen, the interdependence growth factor makes it necessary to take into account the mutual influences, especially on the part of the neighbouring states and the groups of states, which are most influential in world economy.
Description: Раздел - "Международные экономические отношения"
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/30331
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