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Transition to Agricultural Market Economies The Future of Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine

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e125cfcd22204fdf8c407c1051bac9fe.jpg [b] Andrew Schmitz, William H. Meyers, "Transition to Agricultural Market Economies: The Future of Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine" [/b] 2015 | ISBN-10: 178064535X | 280 pages | PDF | 12 MB Countries of the former Soviet Union - specifically Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine - have great potential to increase food production and strengthen world food security. Beginning with an overview of the current situation, this book examines the future of these countries in global agricultural markets and reviews agricultural sectors such as meat, dairy, fruits and vegetables. It covers agricultural policies that affect production and trade in the KRU region, the privatization of land markets, the optimal use of fertilizer and other inputs, export grain embargoes, and the transition from livestock to grain production. Particularly focusing on the region's potential expansion of the grain sector and why it emerged during the 2000s as a major grain exporter, it also discusses environmental constraints and trade-offs for agriculture, sustainability and climate change. With chapters written by academics from around the world, this book is a valuable resource for anyone working on agricultural issues within Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine, or the global grain economy.7409461d53baf8ee6fe405f510a7faff.png [b]Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me[/b]
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