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The decisive third year of the five-year plan in 1973. Wider expansion of socialist competition!

Poster Number: PP 166
Category: Economy
Poster Notes: Poster indicates this printer was awarded a "Red Banner of Labor" given to factories for accomplishment in labor, the civil service, literature and the arts and sciences.
Media Size: 50x31
Poster Type: Offset
Publishing Date: 1973
Editorial Information: Editor T. Tkachenko. Art Editor A. Burkatovskii. Technical Editor V. Golubeva.
Technical Information on Poster: Approved for printing. February 2, 1973. Publication No. 5/13-2190 Format 70 x 120. Volume 1 sheet of paper. Offset printing. Paper 120 gram. Order No. 178, Price 10 kopeks. 8-2-2 1973
Glavlit Directory Number: A 06595.
Catalog Notes: PP 166 Economy
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