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Information Provision of Creation and Development of Cluster Unions of Food Industry Companies


  • Pulina Tatyana V.

    () (National University of Food Technology)


The article considers experience of foreign countries on creation of cluster unions in the food industry. It studies activity of first acting clusters of companies of the food industry in Ukraine and cluster projects, which are in the stage of realisation. It reveals directions on creation of new cluster structures in the food industry in Ukraine. It conducts the study of strategies of development of Ukrainian regions for the purpose of availability of cluster initiatives, in the result of which seven fields are allocated, which have priority direction of development in the field of food industry and agro-industrial complex. It considers activity of public organisations and funds that deal with creation and development of cluster unions in Ukraine. It studies the legislative base that facilitates realisation of cluster initiatives. It draws a conclusion: despite a significant number of conducted studies, existing positive experience of operation of first clusters in Ukraine, mass transition of national economies of industrially developed countries to a cluster model of development, the existing legislative base in Ukraine and systematic work in this direction at the level of ministries and departments are practically absent.

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  • Pulina Tatyana V., 2013. "Information Provision of Creation and Development of Cluster Unions of Food Industry Companies," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 5, pages 145-152.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:5:p:145_152

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