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achieved agricultural production American Bank became Britain British capital capitalist cartels coal collective farms competition countries created crisis cultivation currency Dawes Plan declined demand depression dollar Economic Policy effect employment Europe European expansion export factor farmers favour Five Year Plan foreign trade Four Year Plan Germany Germany's gold standard Government growth heavy industries important improved increased industrial production industrialisation inflation inspite international trade interwar period investment Japan Japanese labour land loans manufacturing Marshall Plan measures ment million Nationalisation naturally Nazis Occupation occupied Japan organisation output payments peasants political population position problem progress prosperity railway rapid raw materials recovery reduced reforms reparation restrictions resulted Revolution rice Russia SCAP Scissors Crisis Second World Secondly shortage situation social Soviet stability structure subsidies tariff textile industry tion Trade Union trade union movement transport wages workers Zaibatsu