CONTEMPORARY UTILISATION ОF THE NATURAL RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN THE UNITED STATES
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CONTEMPORARY UTILISATION ОF THE NATURAL RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN THE UNITED STATES
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Andrey Korneev 
Vasily Sokolov
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The U.S. are provided with vast natural resources, which constitute a solid material foundation and the resource base of the national economy. This is especially important in current long-term economic downturn and for a tough going out from a deep recession. Further development of the country largely depends on the successful preservation of the natural heritage, organizational management and careful saving of all components of domestic natural potential.
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natural resources, raw materials base, resource potential, fuel resources, biological resources, environmental management, HE U.S., minerals
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11.04.2014
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