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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Arina Klishchenko
Ways of Export Development of Russian Agricultural Products: the Case of Fat-and-Oil Industry
World Economy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The problem of export development of Russian agricultural products is relevant due to a number of factors: high potential, a role in the Russian economy, the need to shift from the raw-material export orientation. The oil and fat complex, in turn, is one of the most promising sectors of the Russian agro-industrial complex. The paper presents recommendations on expanding export of finished products of this sector to world markets along with recommended measures of state support.

The first chapter examines the theoretical basis for increasing the international competitiveness of agricultural products. In the second chapter, the features of the current conjuncture of the oil and fat industry of the Russian Federation are investigated. In the third chapter, ways of developing the export potential of Russian fat-and-oil products have been developed.

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