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trade union chief Alaksoy Shibayev on 1declared that the World Federation of Trade Unions will rebuff decisively attempts to_ set trade union; against the Party _or the Stat*. _
_ indicated that
transformation-of thetrad* unionsolitical party that challenges Communist control could possibly proopt Soviet intervention asf Polish allegiance to the Warsaw Pact,
-The Soviets also are pursuing the theme that tho Polish Party and its established trade unions, although ineffective in the past, can still resolve the country's problems. In the trade union newspaperoviet correspondent in Gdansk on Tuesday reported that atrade union official believes that the existing party-controlled unions haveound program but need to implement lt more effectively. Th* article also warned against trends supporting "antisocialist forces' and "copying slogans from th* trade union movement in the apitalistn apparent allusion to theurn of the free trade unions in the area.
Comments at'th* parliament session on th* economywere generally tentative and sober. National income was projected to increaseercent next year, while industrial production was forecast to riseercent--about the same as the targets for These goals were
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accompanied by warnings that was likely if the production rials falters and if imports back sharply.
a drop in overall output of coal and other raw sate-of raw materials are cut
government also promised toeform program by the end of theno indication as to itspointed out that implementation ofinevitablyong-term proposition,
Members of parliament continued to stress the regime's commitment to the^swtft improvement in consumer welfare. They repeated such frequently made promises as speedier introduction than called for in the strike settlements of increases in wage and benefit payments, increasedof coal for the population despite produc-
harp rise in meat imports.