YUGOSLAVIA: The Profits of Coexistence

Slowly but surely the gaping ideological wounds left by Communist Yugoslavia's sharp break with Communist Russia in 1948 were being healed over with the scars of mutually profitable coexistence. Last week, in the wake of a pact signed in September, Russia agreed to provide Comrade Tito with enough money (at 2%), trained men and materials to rebuild three old mines, build three new fertilizer factories and construct a 100,000-kw. power plant during the next four years.


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