SWOT-ANALYSIS AND ANALYSIS OF EXPORT POTENTIAL OF UKRAINE PROBLEMS IN THE GLOBAL MARKET OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS


  • V.M. Fomishina
  • V.S. Prischepo
Keywords: SWOT-analysis of Ukraine's agricultural potential, agro-sector, agroexport

Abstract

The potential of Ukraine as a subject of foreign trade is considered. The major internal and external factors that determine competitiveness in the global agricultural market with the help of SWOT-analysis are identified. It is set that despite a great number of negative factors inherent in Ukraine, the country has enormous agricultural potential, allowing growing and exporting huge volumes of agricultural production in the conditions created by nature. The basic barriers and ways of their overcoming for domestic agricultural manufacturers are analyzed.

Author Biographies

V.M. Fomishina

Dr Sc., Prof.
Lecture of the Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship
Kherson National Technical University
Beryslavskoe highway, 24, Kherson, Ukraine

V.S. Prischepo

student
Kherson National Technical University
Beryslavskoe highway, 24, Kherson, Ukraine

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Published
2017-07-07
How to Cite
Fomishina, V., & Prischepo, V. (2017). SWOT-ANALYSIS AND ANALYSIS OF EXPORT POTENTIAL OF UKRAINE PROBLEMS IN THE GLOBAL MARKET OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Economic Innovations, 19(2(64), 310-313. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31520/ei.2017.19.2(64).310-313