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|Influence of financial and economic factors on the sustainable development of russian agriculture
|Gorlov, S. M.
Горлов, С. М.
|Agribusiness;Agricultural;Agricultural products;Agriculture;Credit;Devaluation;Export;Import efficiency;International sanctions;Organization;Rates;Sustainable development
|Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH
|Sklyarov I.Y., Sklyarova Y.M., Gorlov S.M., Mandritsa O.V., Narozhnaya G.A. Influence of financial and economic factors on the sustainable development of russian agriculture // Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. - 2021. - Том 205. - Pages 329 - 337
|Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems
|The paper highlights the relevance of sustainable agricultural development in modern economic conditions. The main problems hindering the development of Russian agriculture in Russia are valuable credit resources, the lack of financial resources for agricultural producers in order to increase working capital for agricultural production and agribusiness development, as well as the increased impact of financial and economic factors on the sustainable development of agriculture in the Russian Federation. The paper presents measures for solving the accumulated problems of Russian agriculture, which will ensure sustainable development based on a new mechanism of the financial and credit system. The relevance of sustainable agricultural development does not decrease under the influence of changes within the world political system or with scientific and technological progress. Since the introduction of international sanctions against the Russian Federation, this problem has become a vital component of national security, and its role has significantly increased. Ensuring stable functioning in the agricultural sector of the economy is also an essential modern task that requires a productive and competitive domestic agribusiness
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