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Mineral industries of central Eurasia - 1993.
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, SP 21-94, 1994 Jan; :1-21
All of the successor states of the former Soviet Union (F.S.U.), having shared a common economic development, now display the same trends regarding their mineral industries. Numbers that appear in the production tables and structure of industry tables in the text are preliminary estimates and subject to revision. They are provided at this time to give the reader some indication of production and capacities for the mineral industries for these countries. Those countries of major importance as minerals producers (Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan) are considered first, followed by the remaining successor states from Armenia to Turkmenistan in alphabetical order.
Commodity-management; Government-policies; Russia; Kazakhstan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan; Armenia; Turkmenistan; Fuels; Tables-data; Reprints; Mineral-industry; Metal-industry; Eurasia; Economics
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Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, SP 21-94
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