The author assumes that new processes and phenomena which are constantly emerging in capitalist economies mainly result from some changes in productive forces caused by technological progress; they also show how capitalism adapts to new challenges induced by the faults of unregulated market. These changes do not modify private capitalist property’s essence; neither do they eliminate the exploitation in labor relationships. The newest IC-technologies and large trade and production networks are instrumental in capital concentration and establishing partnership relations between the subsidiaries of some firms and corporations. However, they do not mitigate the market competition, making the struggle even tougher and more destructive.
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