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Setback to Womens Right to Abortion

Most reformers have come to doubt these hypotheses and suggest instead competitive markets in land and capital which they believe will ensure a more rational use of fixed assets for most of the economy. The extension of markets from products to factors naturally implies a considerable level of privatisation and this is again a problem which reformers in Poland and Hungary seem aware of. The low credibility of central control over investment and current output decisions has clearly influenced reformers to make a case for such an extension. Among other consequences, this has prompted reformers to explore better means to motivate producers to make optimum use of fixed assets by linking rewards to the earning power of the assets they manage. The establishment of a capital market is one such option which many reformers hope will help in releasing competitive pressures which the earlier reforms failed to generate.

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