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Problems of State Regulation of Foreign Economic Activity in the Context of Ensuring Competitiveness of the State


  • Novikova Kristina I.

    () (Ukranian Academy of Customs)

  • Kovalchuk Mariya V.

    () (General Directorate of the Ministry of Revenue and Duties of Ukraine in Dnipropetrovsk region)


The article considers main problems of functioning of the mechanism of regulation of foreign economic connections, which influence the level of competitiveness of the national economy. It analyses the modern condition of the state regulation of foreign economic connections of Ukraine and indicators of competitiveness of the national economy (World Competitiveness Index and Corruption Perception Index). It formulates key aspects that require improvement for strengthening competitive positions of the country. In particular, it analyses the state of the customs and tax regulation of foreign economic activity and their influence upon the foreign economic sphere. It identifies reasons of low level of competitiveness of Ukraine and also internal and external factors of influence upon development of the foreign trade. It studies problems of entering of Ukraine into the world economic processes and offers a complex of measures with the aim of increase of the level of competitiveness of the national economy of Ukraine.

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  • Novikova Kristina I. & Kovalchuk Mariya V., 2013. "Problems of State Regulation of Foreign Economic Activity in the Context of Ensuring Competitiveness of the State," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 10, pages 18-22.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:10:p:18_22

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