Although the Russian government is introducing new agricultural strategies and increasing government expenditure with the intention to increase agricultural production and productivity, Russia’s international trade policy is preventing the sector’s ability to become internationally competitive, therefore crippling long-term development. In short, Russia’s trade policy is causing market distortion; preventing internal reform of trade regulations and agricultural-sector support; and slowing down technology transfer.
Goodfellow, Kristy. Russia's International Trade Policy and its Effect on Agricultural Development. 14 Dec. 2009. Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Master of Public Policy
Professional paper for the fulfillment of the Master of Pupblic Policy degree
Russia's International Trade Policy and its Effect on Agricultural Development.
Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.
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