Anti-Crisis Management Of Agribusiness Under The Conditions Of Globalization
The article analyzes the impact of globalization on the development of domestic agriculture, accompanied by the emergence of new challenges, increased threats and dangers to the agricultural sector and food independence of the country. We systematized the factors provoking crisis exacerbating at the macro- and mini-levels, and modern anti-crisis methods of their neutralizing and overcoming and reducing the probability of their recurrence in the future. Suggestions, implementation of which will contribute to strengthening the state's role in combating the crisis, and increasing the value of crisis management in the prevention of bankruptcy and ensuring of stable functioning of the agrofood sector are grounded.
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