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If a compact complex manifold M has no nonconstant furnctions, then M has the generalized Albanese mapping. meromorphic In Section 1 of this paper we recall the relation between Lie groups and Lie-Hopf algebras, which is dual to the popular relation between Lie groups and Lie algebras. In Section 2 we consider the well-known mappings to a Lie group characterized by pull-backs of invariant 1-forms. Section 3 is devoted to study the structure of complex spaces with ample 1-forms. The proofs of Theorems A and B will be given in Section 4.
Comprehensive Intro to Differential Geometry [Vols 1, 2) by M. Spivak