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USSR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: SOVIET PRECISION EQUIPMENT NO. 78.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE WASHINGTON D C
Contents Efforts to extend the service-life of radio and television sets, by Yu. Estrin Drive for greater consumer goods production in Leningrad enterprises, by M. Baybikov The director of the plant imeni Kozitskii com plains about production policy, by Liventsov A souvenir clock made by the first Moscow clock plant 1963 production plans for the Minsk radio plant Discussion of personnel at the Voronezh elektro signal plant, by V. Gromyko Complaints about receivers made at the Chelya binsk plant of the radiotechnical industry, by V. Bienko Operational problems at the VEF plant, by E. Damberg Moscow electric lamp plant fails to deliver special X-ray tubes, by I. Naidenov The Rekord-61M radio receiver A new attachment for electronic calculators A new artificial larynx given voice to the mute, by L. Alenin Complaints of a Kiev-4 camera purchaser, by G. Mokeev Photographic equipment for sale by parcel post at Posyltorg
Trans. of 11 selected articles from 1962-63 issues of 14 Russian newspapers. Also from OTS for $1.50 as rept. 63 31063.