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Title: Mechanisms of regulation of economic policy of the state in terms of multi-level sanctions in the sectors of the economy: engineering, tourism, chemical industry, transport
Authors: Myakishev, V. S.
Мякишев, В. С.
Shatalov, A. I.
Шаталов, А. И.
Kalashnikov, A. A.
Калашников, А. А.
Kaverzin, S. A.
Каверзин, С. А.
Keywords: Sanctions;Tourism;Crisis;Chemical industry;Transport
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Myakishev, VS; Gladilin, VA; Shatalov, AI; Kalashnikov, AA; Bonclarenko, GV; Kaverzin, SA. Mechanisms Of Regulation Of Economic Policy Of The State In Terms Of Multi-Level Sanctions In The Sectors Of The Economy: Engineering, Tourism, Chemical Industry, Transport // RESEARCH JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL SCIENCES. - 2018. - Том: 9. - Выпуск: 6. - Стр.: 681-689
Series/Report no.: Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences
Abstract: This article discusses the problems of economic development of the Russian Federation, which have long been gradually brewing. since the crisis of 2008, further strengthened in 2014 as a result of sanctions during the annexation of the Crimea, and not weakening until now. Studies of the financial system of the state showed the annexation of the Crimea, and not weaking until now. Studies of the financial system of the state showed that the sanctions had negatie impact on the deelopment of such industries as engineering, tourism, transport, chemical industry, etc. To address the problems in the country's economic sector, import substitution, programs for the development of agriculture and the expansion of the real sector of lending to individuals and enterprises hae appeared. The country needs to further stabilize the banking system and work out a number of measures for strategic development
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