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State and Prospects of the Fruit Market in Ukraine


  • Salo Inna A.

    () (Institute of Horticulture NAAS of Ukraine)


The article analysis specific features of functioning of the domestic fruit market and reveals prospects of its development. The article conducts a forecast of the domestic fruit market situation and reveals specific features of its development. It identifies necessary areas for planting fruit plants by horticultural enterprises, investment volumes and sources of cover. It establishes that expansion of areas could result in 0.8 million tonnes of gross harvest in 2020 and consumption level - 71 kg per capita per year. It calculates indicators of economic effectiveness of an investment project. It envisages its financial coverage by means of 1.5% duty, loans and own resources. In future it is necessary to form an optimal organisational and economic mechanism of functioning and development of the fruit market and instruments of state regulation, which would take into account specific features of horticulture and would not contradict with requirements of the World Trade Organisation. One of the main directions of the state budget support of development of the fruit market should be development of a proper market infrastructure, in particular, assistance to creation of production and service co-operatives with the aim to develop trade structure in rural districts.

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  • Salo Inna A., 2013. "State and Prospects of the Fruit Market in Ukraine," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 10, pages 211-215.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:10:p:211_215

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    market; fruit; demand; supply; need; investments;


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