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USSR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: SOVIET CHEMICAL INDUSTRY NO. 66.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE WASHINGTON D C
Contents Kirovakan artificial fiber plant on stream, by L. Erzinkyan For more rapid startup of new capacities of the chemical industry Poor production leadership at the Baku tire plant, by A. Lerner and P. Savin Improved tires at Yaroslavl tire plant, by V. Nesterchuk Installation operations at the Salavat petro chemical combine, by V. Malygin Close contact of all organizations to speed up the construction of chemical complexes in Novokuyby shevsk, by I. Skachkov and others Chemistry and machine building, by A. Kogan Public opinion on the use of polymer materials Lagging production of electrical insulating polymer materials, by Yu. Koritskii Lagging production of plastics, by Ts. Gitelson Demand, production, and cost of plastics, by N. Kosinets Study of new materials, by V. Baranovskii.
Trans. of Promyshlennost' Armenii (USSR) 1962, v. 5, no. 12, p. 18-20; Sovetskie Profsoyuzy (USSR) 1963, no. 1, p. 5-6; and from Stroitel'naya Gazeta (USSR) 1963, 30 Jan. p. () and p. 2; Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta (USSR) 1963, no. 3(76) 19 Jan-8; Pravda, Moscow (USSR) 1963, 21 Jan; Bakinskii Rabochii (USSR) 1963, 19 Jan. Also from OTS for $1.25 as rept. 63 21682.