Improvement of organizational and economic mechanism in development of agrarian and industrial complex on the bases of agricultural consumer serving cooperatives

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In the article the structural changes allowing to use most effectively the capacity of rural territories with participation of local authorities and active involvement in social and economic processes of their development of country people are offered, they are aimed at the development of modern forms of state regulation and the market economic mechanism used in agrarian and industrial complex through creation of multilevel system of the cooperation in the village combining efforts of municipalities, the rural builder and agricultural producers. Today in the Russian Federation counts with 7349 agricultural consumer cooperatives from which 74,5% - in providing services and processing, and among them only 1% is are cooperatives in the sphere of rural construction. Nevertheless, this direction is actual in connection with practical need of creation of rural construction system as sectors of rural economy to which the solution of such problems as reduction or elimination of disproportions of development of urban and rural areas, counteraction to real monopolists of rural building industry, etc. is assigned. Examples of introduction of this mechanism in regions of the Russian Federation are shown in article.

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I A Khlusova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.
Department economics and management of agribusiness

I E Savelyeva

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department economics and management of agribusiness

- Zhu Qing Yan

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of soil science, agriculture and land management




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