One of the essential elements of a country’s foreign economic policy regarded as ‘all the rules and goals accepted by given state authorities, and also of perceptions of indispensable ways and means, for conducting economic relations with the outside world’1 is the treaty policy. This policy, as well as autonomous actions of the state concerning its foreign economic relations, aims at creating optimal conditions determining the outcome of a country’s participation in international economic cooperation.
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