Economic aspects of the resolution of the issue of food security: a case study
This paper examines some of the key issues related to ensuring Russia’s food security. The focus on meeting people’s needs by providing them with food produced domestically predetermines the objective need to develop further the nation’s food market and create additional jobs, which should help improve people's standard of living and quality of life. The food market in a megalopolis is one of the largest in the country, which predetermines the complexity of its formation, with some of the key problem areas including the social and economic imbalance between low- and high-income citizens, issues with the development of trade infrastructure, the excessive number of intermediaries, etc.
food security, dependence on imports, government policy, balance of trade, trade infrastructure, food quality, system for monitoring, Russia
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