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Western economists see trouble in East Germany's tight controls

By David R. FrancisStaff writer of The Christian Science Monitor / July 25, 1985



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East Germany is ignoring the opinion of Western economists. It is trying to vitalize its economy by greater central control -- not decentralization. By contrast, Hungary has chosen to give its state corporations greater independence in making business decisions about production and marketi{et

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