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265 THE PRIVATIZATION OF STATE ENTERPRISES IN RUSSIA VLADIMIR K. ANDREEV Senior Scholar of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Federation Academy of Sciences, Moscow The Russian economy is undergoing a deep and multi-faceted crisis. This has been brought about primarily by a

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Nick GALLUS

attention. Of the approximately 68 published BIT decisions,2 at least 83 impugned the actions of such a State enterprise.4 There are two reasons for the high number of BiT claims impugning the actions of State enterprises. First, States are increasingly delegating their functions to State enterprises as

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

-command economic system in the Soviet Union, and still predominate in Russia today. Keywords common law, common-law trust, corruption, economic ownership, equity, operative management, privatization, state enterprises, trust management 1. Trust Management and Similar Models in International Jurisprudence 1.1. A

In: Review of Central and East European Law
In: Economic Planning and Organization in Mainland China
Legal, Economic and Social Aspects
A hands-on approach to the privatization process in Eastern Europe, divided into the following categories:- Guidelines for Foreign Purchasers of State Enterprises - A Business Survival Guide for Getting Things Done in Kiev - Critical Challenges of Capital Formation - The Greenfield Approach to Privatization - Vouchers and their Practical Use - Detailed Analysis of the Particulars of the Privatization Procedures in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and Hungary.
Furthermore, Privatization in Eastern Europe includes a list of all privatization laws.

Social Security Administration is attempting to extend old age security to employees of non-state enterprises based on enhanced employer contributions and new payroll deductions. We identify ideological, financial and demographic rationales for these reforms as well a variety of challenges to the new

In: Asian Journal of Social Science

’s major exports, oil and cotton, combined with the Asian currency crisis and ethnic unrest in both Xinjiang and its major Cen- tral Asian trading partners to inhibit growth. Ambitious plans to improve the infrastructure, irrigate deserts, and restructure money-losing state enterprises are likely to

In: Inner Asia