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AGRICULTURAL ECONOMY, № 1, 2020

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Rural economics

Stanislav BUBEN, Kanat SARSENBEKOV

 

Competitiveness of agricultural goods and food produced in the member-states of the Eurasian Economic Union. P. 3–10

 

Department Agricultural Policy Department, Eurasian Economic Commission, Moscow, Russian Federation

e-mail: info@eecommission.org

 

Development of national economy directly depends on supply chain, strengthening of foreign commodity-money relations, based on foreign trade. Getting the maximum benefit from international trade ensure high level of incomes and employment for enterprises, as well as for regional and country level in the whole . The article shows the competitive advantages in agri-food production of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Keywords: competitiveness, agricultural products, food products, Eurasian economic Union.

Fadej SUBOCH

 

The Institute of System Researches in the Agroindustrial Complex of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: agrecinst@mail.belpak.by

 

Transpositional interaction of enterprises based on conversion cluster-forming smart platforms. P. 11–31

Valentina KALIUK, Tatiana ZAPRUDSKAYA

 

Current development trends and functioning features of consumer agricultural cooperatives in the EAEU member countries. P. 32–39

 

The Institute of System Researches in the Agroindustrial Complex of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: agrecinst@mail.belpak.by

 

The article discusses the practical experience of the functioning and development of agricultural consumer cooperation in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (hereinafter – the EAEU), which are key partners in cooperation with the Republic of Belarus. The questions of the actual state of such formations were studied, the prospects for their development were assessed, the existing factors restraining the level of their functioning were identified, and the level of their normative and legal regulation was analyzed.

Keywords: agricultural cooperation, agricultural consumer cooperation, regulatory and legal acts, regulation, stimulation, efficiency, development.

Ivan VOROBYOV1, Elena SIDOROVA2

 

The components of the effective development of the agroindustrial complex of Belarus. P. 40–42

 

1 Belarusian state technological University, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: sidorova_lena_75@mail.ru

2 Belarusian national technical University, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: sidorova_lena_75@mail.ru

 

Keywords: agricultural organizations, peasant (farmer) economy, effective development.

Yelena GRUZINSKAYA

 

Questions of creation of the Chinese-Belarusian investment fund. P. 43–48

 

Institute of economy of the National academy of sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: gruzinskayaelena@mail.ru

 

Resulted problems, exposed motion of concordance of questions of creation of the Chinese-Belarusian investment fund. The risks of his functioning are marked. The enhanceable risks of realization are marked the Investment fund actually to bank activity without the special permission, absence of supervision after the Investment fund from the side of public organs, disparity principles of the currency adjusting and Basic principles of effective bank supervision, by the accepted Basel committee. Measures are offered on prevention of inconsistency of the offered norms of functioning of the Chinese-Belarusian investment fund with a current legislation.

Keywords: Chinese-Belarusian investment fund, regulation of creation and conditions of activity.

Problems of Agroindustrial Complex industries

Inna KULAGA, Liudmila LOPATNYUK, Alexander KOVTUNOV

 

Condition of production and expediency of use of the frozen semi-finished products from potatoes. P. 49–55

 

Belarusian State Agrarian Technical University, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: antipenko.mariya.86@mail.ru

e-mail: timteremok@mail.ru

e-mail: kovtunov_av@mail.ru

 

The article presents: rationale for the effectiveness of the use of semi-finished potato fries in comparison with raw tubers; the economic potential of the domestic potato processing industry, the implementation of which will allow to resolve the issue of import substitution for this type of potato products, to ensure the flow of foreign currency from export supplies to the republic.

Keywords: processing of potatoes, semi-finished product, potato fries, efficiency, own production.

Alexej KARPENKO

 

Humus dynamics in soils of agricultural enterprises and cost recovery of organic fertilizers by the crop yield. P. 56–61

 

Institute of Radiobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Gomel, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: irb.basnet.by

 

The humus content is one of the main indicators characterizing the level of soil fertility. In this regard, it is required to regularly monitor the humus content in the soils of agricultural land in order to ensure positive dynamics in the process of its accumulation. Insufficient introduction of organic fertilizers results in a low useful effect of fertilizers on grain production and low increase in live weight of farm animals.

Keywords: humus, dynamics, organic fertilizers, cost recovery.

Foreign experience

Olga VINNIK, Olga SHVAYAKOVA

Organic production in the United States: an overview of the current state and main trends. P. 62–70

Pavel Sukhoi Gomel State Technical University, Gomel, Republic of Belarus

e-mail: olgavinnik@mail.ru

e-mail: ovp@mail.ru

The article considers the current state of organic food production in the United States. The analysis of dynamics of the areas occupied by organic production sizes, structure and volumes of the main types of organic products realization is carried out. The main tendencies this activity type development are revealed.

Keywords: organic production, organic certified land, organic products, production, consumption, sales channels, export, import.

Reference information

New editions in the fund of the Belarus agricultural library of I. S. Lupinovich (I. Fomina). P. 71–72