A worker’s guarantee to the Five-Year Plan of Quality “We Guarantee Quality”

Poster Number: PP 817
Category: Economy
Poster Notes: The Tenth Five-Year Plan (1976–80) was officially termed the plan of “efficiency and quality” by the Brezhnev leadership in an effort to combat failings in both areas.
Media Size: Please inquire
Poster Type: Offset
Publishing Date: 1976
Editorial Information: Editor V. Maslennikov; Technical Editor V. Artamonova
Technical Information on Poster: Approved for printing March 5, 1976; Format 60 x 108 cm; 1 sheet; 1.2 standard sheets of paper; Printing No 1a-247; Offset paper No 1; Order 2676; Price 10 kopeks
Glavlit Directory Number: A. 07731
Catalog Notes: PP 817 Economy
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