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Author
Turebekova Bazhan (National University, Astana)
Title
Performance of Kazakhstan's Agrifood Market
Przemiany na rynku rolno-żywnościowym w Kazachstanie
Source
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia, 2017, R. 16, nr 2, s. 127-134, tab., bibliogr. 18 poz.
Keyword
Polityka rolna, Efektywność, Rynek żywności
Agricultural policy, Effectiveness, Food market
Note
streszcz., summ.
Country
Kazachstan
Kazakhstan
Abstract
Praca koncentruje się na przemianach na rynku żywności oraz doświadczeniach Kazachstanu w rozwoju rolnictwa. Przedstawiono teoretyczne aspekty przemian na rynku przemysłu spożywczego, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem rynku rolno-żywnościowego. Przedstawiono przykłady doświadczeń Kazachstanu w rozwoju sektora rolno-spożywczego. Wykorzystano dane z Krajowego Komitetu Statystyki. Analiza wykazała potrzebę dalszego rozwoju kolejnych ogniw w łańcuchu dostaw żywności w celu zwiększenia konkurencyjności na rynku globalnym. Kroki w tym kierunku zostały już podjęte przez politykę rolną Kazachstanu. Zaleca się jednak, aby rząd wspierał różne kwestie, w tym poprawę jakości produktów i tworzenie marek krajowych, rozwój infrastruktury, stworzenie warunków do poprawy wsparcia technicznego produkcji rolnej. Rolnictwo jako główna działalność ludności wiejskiej wymaga wsparcia. W tym celu należy wykorzystywać wskaźniki efektywności w odniesieniu do rynku rolno-żywnościowego. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper focuses on foodmarket performance and analysis of Kazakhstan experiences with developing agriculture. In the paper the theoretic aspects of industry market performance, background of agriculture with emphasis on agrifood market is given. Examples from Kazakhstan's experiences with development of the agrifood sector, and data from Kazakhstan Committee on Statistics are used. The result of analysis indicate that Kazakhstan has to develop the non-primary sector of the food supply chain in order to make it more competitive in global competition. Steps in this direction have already been taken by the agricultural policy of Kazakhstan. However, it is recommended that various issues must be addressed by the government, including the improvement of product quality and the creation of national brands, infrastructure development, creation of conditions for improving the technical support of agricultural production. Agriculture as the main activity of the rural population needs support. In this case indicators of agrifood market performance should be assessed. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1644-0757
Language
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.22630/ASPE.2017.16.2.25
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