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On the modernization of engineering systems in the farming industries of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan

S. A. Solov’ev and S. A. Goryachev ()
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S. A. Solov’ev: All-Russian Research Institute of Maintenance and Repairs of Machine and Tractor Fleet
S. A. Goryachev: All-Russian Research Institute of Maintenance and Repairs of Machine and Tractor Fleet

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2016, vol. 27, issue 1, 114-117

Abstract: Abstract This paper provides an analysis of the state of the engineering systems of farming industry in Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. Based on this analysis and the results of the survey findings, measures to use resource-saving and innovative potential in the engineering supply and support of the rural economy are suggested and the feasibility of the program of modernizing engineering systems has been demonstrated.

Keywords: RUSSIAN Economic Development; Spare Part; Resource Saving; Agricultural Machinery; Machine Utilization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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