Water Bodies Rent Management Under Deepening of Water Complex Market Transformation: Regional Features and Institutional Limitations
Rosa Busel and
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Rosa Busel: Lutsk National Technical University
Larysa Savosh: Lutsk National Technical University
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, pages 80-83
Implementation of rent relations into water using field is considered as an important catalyst of investment activity intensification. The territorial asymmetry of lakes' and water basins' lend-lease is shown. The factors restraining conclusion of rental contracts as to water bodies using towards ascertainment of real rent fee. The amendments to laws and regulations allowing to improve financial and economic management of rental water using are offered. The expediency to strengthen the influence of local authorities on processes of water bodies assignment for temporary use is grounded.
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