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and Asia were financially autarkic, just as the later EMU South and North were.
Under this autarkic approach, China has fielded a wide range of mercantilist trade policies--virtually all of which it vowed to eschew when joining the WTO.
Therefore, one can conclude without hesitation that traditional pottery form is an independent idiosyncratic contextual district and exhorts an autarkic conceptual lexicon.
This autarkic development policy was made possible by Soviet deliveries of energy and raw material.
Nonetheless, it is fair to ask whether or not an operational concept built largely on foundations laid down half a century ago to defeat an autarkic land power are entirely relevant to confronting a growing economic power that seeks not to destroy the international system but to change it in its favor and to do so ideally without going to war.
As a result, autarkic national economies became more integrated and intertwined with one another.
He claims that autarkic cities can provide an attractive environment for economic and social development even in underdeveloped countries.
In this limited sense, I suppose, Tolstoi was something of a particularist or nationalist, as only Russia offered the whole package--the political system (autocracy), economic system (primitive, autarkic agrarianism), and metaphysical practice (authentic Christianity)--to lead the world in turning back the forces of Western social order.
From their start as financially autarkic economies, Portugal and Spain undertook to liberalize their highly regulated, insular financial systems before their membership in the EU.
Often the failure to do so stems from autarkic policies that make foreign markets less profitable than domestic markets.
But our analysis highlights how these actually existing self-reliance projects differ from the recent popular movements whose autarkic narratives of self-sufficiency tend to assume the absence or rejection of state and market institutions.
Needs and their fulfilment could be balanced within one country (especially a country covering big territory like Russia, Brazil, India, USA or China), however several historical attempts to develop an autarkic economy are known to have failed.
In the first round (the next two sections), I will show the core of the notion of a practice--its teleological and autarkic formal structure and how this hangs together with the notion of virtue.
Human settlements from their primary forms (demographically isolated or autarkic pronounced forms) to current systems localities, stands out as an indisputable synthesis of ethnogenesis, stability and strength in the Romanian Carpathians as well the whole space of circumscribed.
The ultimate production flexibility is ensured by the autarkic spindle technology and winding units.