The Soviet Impact on Commodity Markets

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The Soviet Impact on Commodity Markets

Edited by M. M. Kostecki
St. Martin's, 1984
271 pp. $27.50

The Soviet Union looms larger in commodity markets than in other parts of the world economy so that this is a welcome collection. Even the papers on grains, gold and energy add to what has been said elsewhere. Those on cotton, asbestos, several metals, and terms of trade, commodity agreements and bargaining power often break new ground.

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