Investment Providing of Meliorative Measures: National and Regional Framework
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Inna Androshchuk: Lutsk National Technical University
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, 67-70
The article deals with the problems of investment providing of meliorative measures in order to have arable lands in drainage and spray zones back in economic turnover. It is determined that some stages of agrarian sector and land relations reforming have led to non-transparent conditions of using of interfarm and intrafarm hydraulic structures serving reclaimable areas. It is proved that the economic crisis of the 90s, which deprived the agricultural sector and especially its main component - agriculture - of traditional government support, especially destructively impacted on the efficiency of farms having operated in unfavourable natural and climatic and agrotechnical conditions (this concerns firstly most districts of Polissia economic region, where large areas of agricultural lands are in drainage zones). The dynamics of financing the operation of government and interfarm state melioration systems in regions of Ukraine is investigated. The basic trends in financing the construction of flood protection structures, maintenance of interfarm and intrafarm network of hydraulic structures in the drainage zones of Volyn' region are analysed. Prospects of financing increasing of interfarm and intrafarm hydraulic structures are associated with spreading of public-private partnerships as to their operation.
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