Economy of Region | VOL. 1

Food supply in Siberia and the Far East: challenges and prospect

Publication Date Jan 1, 2010


An objective to supply the population with food is specific in a number of large regions for a variety of reasons. The regions are forced to search for the ways to secure food self-sufficiency and stable supply of the population with affordable food independently. The given paper presents the analysis of the current food supply in Siberian and the Far Eastern Federal Districts, and major challenges are set forth. The basic principles and priorities of food supply in Siberia and the Far East are specified. The chief objective of the state is provision of incentives for introduction of new approaches to organization of the process of production and consumption of foods based on the expediency principles related to the activity of all the entities in the territory involved in the reproduction process.


Eastern Federal Districts Food Supply Reproduction Process Basic Principles Process Of Consumption Current Supply Production Of Foods Provision Of Incentives Eastern Federal Food Self-sufficiency

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