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Поттикнување на извозната ориентација на агроиндустрискиот комплекс на Република Македонија

Export Incentives to Macedonian Agribusiness

Goran Kovachev ()

MPRA Paper from University Library of Munich, Germany

Abstract: Openness to global market is the only way for a small scale national economy to survive and develop. Therefore, Republic of Macedonia immediately after the independence, declared its international trading system as fully liberal and open, articulated by membership in many important international trading and financial institutions, organizations and integrations. That openness also referred to the agri-industrial complex, as a sector with large impact to GDP creation, mainly expressed by foreign currency inflow from exports. Understanding the importance of exporting agri-industrial products, This thesis is dedicated to the possibilities and means of its improvement. This should, at the end of the day contribute to the national economy’s development, citizens’ living standard improvement and persistent economic growth.

Keywords: agribusiness; agro-producers; agro-products; competitiveness; clusters; export orientation; competitive products; Government; agro-financing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F4 L1 Q1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008-04, Revised 2008-04
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Published in Bulletin of accepted Papers (2008): pp. 72-75

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