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Utilizarea optima a materiei prime agricole: aspect metodologic
[Optimal use of agricultural primary material: methodological aspect]

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  • Gribincea, Alexandru

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production in the Republic of Moldova increased in 2017 compared to the 2016 period. The positive evolution is due to the increase in the processing industry of agricultural raw materials. Innovative modern technologies seem promising for both producers and consumers of agricultural products, but their use also involves potential risks. In order to maximize innovative potential, appropriate policies must be developed to ensure that these risks are accurately identified and, if necessary, to be avoided. But the intensive application of bio and nanotechnologies leads to concerns for ecologists and population in general. Scientists are working to minimize or mitigate the negative impact of human technology on sustainable development. The measures taken include the development and use of tools, selective means that reduce the noosphere’s impact. Scientists are working to minimize or mitigate the negative impact of human technology on sustainable development. The measures taken include the development and use of tools, selective means that reduce the noosphere’s impact. Currently, according to WTO data, the largest producers and exporters of agricultural products can highlight: USA – 10%, EU – 9.5%, Brazil – 4.6%, China – 3.2%, Argentina – 2.8%, Indonesia – 2.4%, Thailand – 2.4%, Malaysia – 2.1%, Australia – 1.9%, Russia – 1.9%, India – 1.6%, New Zealand and Mexico – 3%, Chili – 1.2%. These countries export agricultural products totaling 1117 billion USD. Moldovan exports to EU countries have become a lifeline for domestic companies looking for new outlets. The aim of the research is to estimate the ways to meet internal and external needs under conditions of economic sustainability.

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  • Gribincea, Alexandru, 2018. "Utilizarea optima a materiei prime agricole: aspect metodologic [Optimal use of agricultural primary material: methodological aspect]," MPRA Paper 91914, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:91914
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    Keywords

    agricultural products; agriculture contribution; plant production; animal production; sustainable development; economic vector orientation;

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    • Q1 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Agriculture

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