A Hungarian official with some responsibilities for his country's foreign economic policy sets out his ideas about the future of European economic cooperation. It must, he thinks, be broad in the subjects it covers, open to all and focused on the long run. There are detailed discussions of trade, energy, transport and a number of other subjects, and an exploration of various organizational possibilities. The book was written at the time of the Helsinki Conference, but the issues remain pertinent, as does the judicious discussion.
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