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Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp 84–88 | Cite as

Government control of the territorial distribution of farming branches in the Central Black-Earth Zone of Russia

  • V. F. PechenevskiiEmail author
Regional Problems
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Abstract

This paper considers the role and position of the government control of location and specialization of the main types of agricultural production in the region. Technical approaches to agricultural subsidizing are assessed. Principles of budgeting apportionment are formed. The technique of the government control of the location of agricultural production across the region is expounded.

Keywords

RUSSIAN Economic Development Government Control Government Subsidy Product Sale Livestock Population 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Economics and Organization of the AIC of the Central Black-Earth ZoneVoronezhRussia

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