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Features Of World Industry Development And Their Influence On Formation The External Restrictions For Manufacture In Ukraine

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  • Yuriy Kindzerskiy

    (Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Ukrainian NAS, Kyiv)

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The features of world industry development of last decades are considered. The attention is focused on the reasons of reduction of its contribution to creation of world GDP, consequences of transnationalization of world production and deepening of interstate specialization, factors of fast industrialization of developing countries and partial deindustrialization of the West countries and the countries with transitive economy. The inaccuracy of a course of the developed countries on advancing escalating of the financial capital in comparison with industrial in a context of world financial crisis is shown. The prospects of formation of new technological basis and structure of world production are revealed. The circumstances of the demand worsening of a mineral-raw resource in the world are found out. On the basis of the revealed features it is formulated the external restrictions which should be to taken into consideration in formation the parameters of Ukrainian industry development and industrial policy.

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  • Yuriy Kindzerskiy, 2011. "Features Of World Industry Development And Their Influence On Formation The External Restrictions For Manufacture In Ukraine," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 12, pages 9-13, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2011:i:12:p:9-13
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