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Cooperation Is the Path to Peace

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Abstract
The film tells about the trade and economic cooperation of the USSR with the capitalist states. The film includes the following filming: the World Trade Center in Moscow, an interview with the deputy. Minister of Foreign Trade G.K. Zhuravlev (synchronously), the USSR exhibition in Los Angeles, dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the October Revolution, negotiations with American businessmen in the presence of A. Hammer, an interview with A. Hammer (synchronously), V. I. Lenin's office in Kremlin, a view of a metallurgical plant in Belarus, an Austrian delegation at a plant, an interview with the president of Nokia (synchronously), views of Helsinki, the signing of Soviet-Finnish economic documents, a view of one of the seaports in Finland, production processes at Finnish enterprises, interviews with representatives of the Italian firms (synchronously), West German firms (synchronously).
Director
В. Rychkov
Color
Color
Film ID
28502
Keywords
economic communications
, industry
, metallurgy
, japan
, usa
, cities
, germany
Meterage
695
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Izvekov, L. Maksimov, V. Panasyuk, T. Tikhomirova
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1985
Sound
Has Sound

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