Forms of intersectoral integration in agriculture
The process of intersectoral integration is facilitated by the development of strategies for the changing economic environment to increase the stability of integrated structures. The nature of integration processes is determined by the features of product subcomplexes, the conditions of commodity markets, the economic behavior of producers, regional and other factors. In the implementation of the algorithm for selecting an effective form of integrated formation, the rationale for an effective integration mechanism becomes important. Economic relations arising from the restructuring of individual industries by creating a range of vertically integrated structures that can become the basis for the stable functioning of the country's agricultural sector are becoming relevant. Reasons for joining include: increasing market competition; motives for reducing production costs and risks, implementing a common sales strategy in marketing, purchasing, advertising, and expanding sales markets; attracting investment; and the need for financial recovery of production.
intersectoral integration, agro-industrial complex, communications, interaction, integrated structures, enterprises, factors, methods, methodology, grain market, resources, holding, the Republic of Kazakhstan
R11 , R58
Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues
ISSN 2029-7017 (print)
ISSN 2029-7025 (online)
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