Foreign Investments in the Slovene Economy in the Second Yugoslavia (1945-1991)
Keywords: Slovenia, Yugoslavia, economic policy, capital, nationalization, investments
In his introduction the author deals with the nationalisation of foreign property after the end of the Second World War. This is followed by the presentation of the reasons which paved the way in 1960s for the realization of the need to expand the ways of the so-called higher economic cooperation with foreign countries and legalize the institution of joint investments. The central part of the paper is dedicated to the analysis of the double standards of the government policy with regards to joint investments and their role in the Slovene economy between 1967 and 1990.
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