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Transition to Agricultural Market Economies: The Future of Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine (Hardback)Andrew Schmitz (editor), William H. Meyers (editor), Marlene Boersch (author of contributions), Lars Brink (author of contributions), Saule Burkitbeyeva (author of contributions), David Epstein (author of contributions), Vasily Erokhin (author of contributions), Gershon Feder (author of contributions), Karen Fischer (author of contributions), Linde Gotz (author of contributions)
Hardback 276 Pages / Published: 12/06/2015
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It is believed that the major countries of the former Soviet Union-specifically Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine (KRU region)-are the part of the world with the most potential to increase food supplies and strengthen world food security. This book examines the future of the KRU countries in global agricultural markets and will examine a number of agricultural sectors, including meat, dairy, fruits, and vegetables. However particular attention is paid to the region's potential expansion of the grain sector and why the KRU region emerged during the 2000s as a major grain exporter, and its potential to further expand grain production and exports. It also examine the issues of environmental constraints and trade-offs for agriculture, sustainability, and the possible effects of climate change
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Number of pages: 276
Weight: 797 g
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 21 mm
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