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Fisheries-Partial Approach

October '10, 1981 fraternal socialist countries', 'industrialised capitalist countries' and 'developing countries'. Soviet economic relations with the industrialised capitalist countries', under the then existing situation of detente, envisaged the continuation of the "practice of signing large-scale agreements on cooperation in the building of industrial projects in our country [i e, the USSR] and on the participation of Soviet organisations in the building of industrial enterprises in Western countries". With the '.developing countries', Soviet trade and economic relations were to take the form of "a stable and mutually advantageous division of labour". Under this arrangement, what was envisaged was Soviet aid to these 'developing countries' in such sectors, and with such buy-back arrangements, as would enable the Soviet Union to satisfy the increasing demand for consumer goods within the Soviet Union without in anyway affecting its own investment in basic and heavy industries.

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