Expanded Economic

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Nazi–Soviet Economic Relations (1934–1941)
... In August of that year, the countries expanded their economic relationship by entering into a commercial agreement whereby the Soviet Union sent critical raw materials to Germany in exchange for weapons ... The countries later further expanded their economic relationship with a larger commercial agreement in February 1940 ... Pact, the countries settled several disputes and further expanded their economic dealings with the January 1941 German–Soviet Border and Commercial Agreement ...

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