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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Sayabek Ziyadin1, Natalya Kabasheva2
  • 1 Dr., Ph.D in Economics, Professor, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 71 al-Farabi Ave., 050040 Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan.
  • 2 PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of Finance Department, "Financial Academy" JSC. The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 92 Maulenova Str., 480012 Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan.

The Basis for Initiating the Eurasian Integration of the Agricultural Sector

2018. No. 5. P. 56–67 [issue contents]
This article discusses the basics of the integration of Eurasia’s agricultural sector, based on the integration process between the European Union (EU) and Asian countries. The EU’s agricultural integration has to be regarded as an innovative, large-scale project. The transformation of the EU’s agricultural market has proven to be a complex agricultural integration that combines multiple ideological, financial, and political interests.
Throughout the period of the EU’s agricultural integration, its financial instruments and structured management were stable and, consequently, the integration was effective. However, the development stages of the ecological agriculture projects (EAP) study showed that the formation of a competitive EU agricultural market had some disadvantages. The complexity of the development of the agricultural market in Asian countries, including Kazakhstan and China, results from the fact that, unlike Europe, the Asian countries are at significantly different levels of development with respect to their economic, cultural, and political systems.

Ziyadin, S. & Kabasheva, N. (2018). The Basis for Initiating the Eurasian Integration of the Agricultural Sector. Public Administration Issues, Special Issue (electronic edition), pp. 56–67 (in English); DOI: 10.17323/1999-5431-2018-0-5-56-67.
ISSN 1999-5431
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