Improving Administration of the Agricultural Complex of the Rostov Oblast under Conditions of Joining WTO by Russia
The article offers, within the framework of administration of the Rostov oblast as a region, to reconsider all existing types of subsidies, directed at development of agriculture, since WTO agreement in the part of agriculture obliges countries to classify internal measures of support of agriculture in accordance with one of four "baskets": "green", "blue", "red" and "of special differentiated mode". The article identifies the state support as the priority direction of support of agricultural producers of the Rostov oblast and specifies main measures of this support and reveals main problems in development of the agrarian complex of the Rostov oblast. The article offers measures, capable of compensating possible negative consequences of joining WTO.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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