AbstractUnder the imposed mutual sanctions from Russia and the EU countries, an important role is assigned to the system of measures aimed at implementing the strategy of import substitution in the Russian agro-food market. Thus, in the condition of tough economic realities, the role of Russia's agro-industrial complex in ensuring the country's food security is growing. At the same time, it is important to note that the process of import substitution requires Russian producers to replenish the usual volumes of imported raw materials and foodstuffs, which is extremely difficult in conditions of a low level of material and technical support. In this regard, the role of the state in the implementation of importsubstitution.
At the same time, import substitution programs should work to create a mass layer of production companies in Russia that can be competitive not only within the country, but also in international markets.
In modern conditions, it is extremely important to develop a sound theory and methodological foundations of import substitution, to identify its features at the stage of transition of agricultural systems to an even more "free" market, to justify a set of recommendations for the development and implementation of the import substitution process in a single regulated foreign trade mechanism. The paper presents state programs and trends in the development of import substitution in some CIS countries (Belarus, Kazakhstan) and abroad (China, new industrial countries of Asia and Latin America).
The purpose of this work is the introduction of domestic competitive products to the market, providing import substitution.
|Date of Award||2018|
|Supervisor||Борис Михайлович Антошечкин (Supervisor)|