Collective Farm Net Income and Its Utilization
Problems of Economic Transition, 1965, vol. 8, issue 4, 42-53
Additional investment per unit of land is necessary if consistent intensification of agriculture is to be realized. The net income received by collective farms as a result of their economic activities is the main source of additional collective farm investment, and of expanded reproduction. The possibilities and rates of growth of agricultural production, increases in fixed and circulating assets, and accumulation of required public funds by the collective farms all directly depend on the level and rate of increase of their net income.
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