USSR Industrial Development: Soviet Nonferrous Metallurgy No. 57.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE WASHINGTON D C
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Contents Balkhash mining and metallurgical combine plans to increase copper production, by P. Zharnakov and others Nonferrous metal consumption requires strict con trols, by V. Rebrikov Delayed opening of the Agarak copper-molybdenum combine hinders industry, by A. Shkulev Modernization of railroads used by Ukrainian metal industry, by M. Tkach Shortage of box springs hampers bed production, by N. Baranov and N. Churilov Economic conferences result in higher labor pro ductivity and better operating efficiency, by A. Vdovin Production and improper planning at the Irtysha kii polymetallic combine, by N. Faizulin Turgayaluminstroi continues to lag behind, by V. Gonocharov Western Yakutiya economical and geographical characteristics by G. V. Naumov