First Steps toward Economic Independence: New States of the Postcommunist World

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of the trade unions supported it only grudgingly. Relevant decisions on monetary policy were taken at two meetings of the NBC's council, one before and one after the program went into effect.
50.
The various projects include the continuation of the highway from Zagreb to the Slovenian border and thence Graz, the building of a highway from Zagreb to the Hungarian border, and the opening of a new section of the road from Zagreb to Rijeka, all inaugurated in the late spring of 1993. In addition, work on two major tunnels was started in the late summer of 1993. One is 12 kilometers long and runs through Velebit; when finished in five years, it will link Dalmatia with the rest of Croatia by bypassing areas currently administered by Serbian rebels and the UN. The other is a 14-kilometer- long railway tunnel through Ucka, which will link Istria with the rest of Croatia, bypass Slovenia, and take five-and-a-half years to build (see Večernji list, September 25, 1993, p. 17).
51.
Since the late summer of 1993, President Franjo Tudman has opened the construction sites for the two long tunnels described above and talked about the need for a Croatian economic renascence. Meanwhile, the president of the chamber of commerce has continued to offer his strong backing for building tunnels and highways ( Vjesnik, October 3, 1993, p. 3) and to promise a "Croatian New Deal" ( Vjesnik, August 10, 1993, p. 7).
52.
For a more detailed discussion of social policy and the deterioration in living conditions through 1993, see Bićanić ( 1993c).

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Bićanić Ivo. "Some General Comparisons of the Impact of the Two World Crises of the Twentieth Century on the Yugoslav Economy." In Iván T. Berend and Knut Borchardt (eds.), The Impact of the Depression of the 1930's and Its Relevance for the Contemporary World, pp. 248-275. Budapest: Academy Research Center for Eastern Europe, 1986.

Bićanić Ivo. "The Croatian Economy: Achievements and Prospects." RFE/RL Research Report 2, 26 ( June 25, 1993a): 33-38.

Bićanić Ivo. "Privatization in Croatia." East European Politics and Society 7, 3 (Fall 1993b): 422-439.

Bićanić Ivo. "Croatians Struggle to Make Ends Meet." RFE/RL Research Report 2, 45 ( November 12, 1993c): 29-34.

Bićanić Ivo. "Croatia's Economic Stabilization Program: Third Time Unlucky?" RFE/RL Research Report 3, 3 ( January 21, 1994): 36-42.

Bićanić Ivo, and Iva Dominis. "Tudjman Remains Dominant after Croatian Elections." RFE/RL Research Report 1, 37 ( September 18, 1992): 20-26.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • 1- Introduction 1
  • References 21
  • I- FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS 23
  • 2- Estonia 25
  • CONCLUSIONS 43
  • Notes 45
  • Notes 48
  • 3- Ukraine 50
  • Conclusion 75
  • References 77
  • 4- Kazakhstan 80
  • 4- Kazakhstan 80
  • Notes 107
  • Notes 107
  • 5- Georgia 112
  • Notes 134
  • II- FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLICS 137
  • CONCLUSIONS 161
  • Notes 162
  • Notes 163
  • 7- Croatia 166
  • Conclusion 185
  • Notes 186
  • Notes 191
  • 8- Macedonia 193
  • Notes 219
  • Notes 221
  • III- OTHER CASES 227
  • 9- Slovakia 229
  • Notes 255
  • Index 259
  • About the Editor and Contributors 267
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