Prices Surveillance Act

Prices Surveillance Act
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сокр. PSA эк., австр. закон "О надзоре за ценами" (издан в 1983 г. как инструмент обеспечения контроля над инфляцией и мониторинга ценообразования в организациях, обладающих рыночной властью)
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