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LONDON- A Colonial Plight

practised in neighbouring Yugoslavia. The managers and other top executives of enterprises continue to be appointed by the ministries. The money for investments also comes from the state. But the managers have been given considerable freedom in planning prodtic- tion schedules and in fixing prices. Except for some essential goods, price controls have been removed, although the party and the ministries keep a contiguous watch to curb speculative ventures by managers.

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