THE POSITION AND OUTPUTS OF PRIVATE INDUSTRIAL UNDERTAKINGS IN EAST GERMAN ECONOMY IN 1950S
The private industrial undertaking in German Democratic Republic (GDR) have generally showed out lower level of gross industrial production per one employee than state public industrial enterprises. The greatest differences between them were obvious in sectors of textile, footwear and food industry. There were several reasons of this fact: Fundamentally, the owners of private industrial undertakings, notwithstanding sector of industry, did not struggle for high gross industrial production but for profit. From 1946 till 1948 the most effective and the largest private enterprises were nationalized, particularly textile industry, footwear industry, food industry and several more sectors. The private industrial undertakings did not get too high subsidies, if they have gotten something, as state public industrial enterprises. High level of gross industrial production of state public industrial enterprises per one employee was also caused by the fact that remaining private undertakings in some sectors were not specialized on production which enabled to achieve high value of gross industrial production.
East Germany, industry, private industrial undertakings, state public industrial enterprises
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