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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (42), 2012
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND ISSUES OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Krashakov A. S.
PhD student, Chair of Economic Theory and Regional Development, Chelyabinsk State University

Economic integration and liberalization of external economic activity: contemporary context and possibilities for Russia (Russia, Chelyabinsk)
The article discusses various approaches to evaluate the liberalization of international economy and prospects for development of integration processes and their evaluation by contemporary researchers. The author analyzes the potentials for optimization with regards to the Russian economic policy, possibilities to increase its external economic activity and to strengthen the national economy as a whole
Key words: international trade, economic integration, liberalization, protectionism
Pages: 115 - 119



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