Regionalization and Globalization in the Modern World Economy: Perspectives on the Third World and Transitional Economies

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LIST OF TABLES
1.1 Exports as percentages of GDP, 1820-1992 4
1.2 Shift of regional weights in trade, 1985-94 6
1.3 Trade directions of the four most important exporting countries 7
3.1 Central and Eastern Europe: direction of exports 35
3.2 Share of the Visegrad group in total ex-CMEA trade with the EU 56
3.3 Imports of OECD states with Central and Eastern Europe, 1982-94 as percentages of total imports 57
3.4 Volume of export trade of European countries compared, in dollars per capita 57
3.5 FDI in Central and Eastern Europe, cash basis, end 1995, cumulative total since 1988 and FDI per capita 58
4.1 International and inter-republic trade, 1990-93 (in $US million) 74
5.1 1994 market capitalization per unit of production/production capacities, in dollars 90
5.2 Privatization methods for medium and large enterprises, end 1995 91
5.3 Relative size of bank credit and concentration of banking assets in some transition economies, 1994 95
5.4 Balance sheet of commercial banks in 1992, billion roubles 97
5.5 Structure of assets and liabilities of Russian and American banks, end of 1994, percentage of total 98
5.6 Assets, registered capital and credits of the ten largest Russian banks, 1 January 1997 99
5.7 Stock market capitalization and volume of annual trade in stocks in 1995 100
5.8 Types of financial systems emerging in transition economies 104
5.9 Income distribution and some social indicators, 1990-96 105
5.10 Total revenues of consolidated government budgets including some off-budget funds as a percentage of GDP in some transition economies 109

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