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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||The Consumer Market in the New Economy: Innovative Models, Opportunities, Priorities|
|Published online||12 January 2021|
Analytical Review and Mid-Term Forecast of the Development of the Russian Meat Market in the Context of a Pandemic of a New Coronavirus Infection
1 Smolensk State Agricultural Academy, 214000 Smolensk, Russia
2 Financial University affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation, Smolensk Branch, 214018 Smolensk, Russia
3 All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of the Poultry Processing Industry, 141552 P/o Rzhavki, Russia
4 Military Academy of Military Air Defense of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation named after Marshal of the Soviet Union A.M. Vasilevsky, 214027 Smolensk, Russia
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Currently, the Russian Federation has a difficult economic situation on the meat market. The problems affecting the effective development of this market were especially aggravated in the context of the new coronavirus infection pandemic, and directly affected the food security of the Russian Federation. The authors of the article reviewed the meat products market at the turn of 2019 - 2020, and also presented two options for its development for the medium term - basic and crisis ones. In addition, barriers to the export of meat products to the world market have been identified and directions for their early overcoming have been proposed. The results obtained in the course of this study not only provide an answer to the question about the role of external interventions in the economy of the state, but may become the basis for thinking about the importance of careful planning of long-term studies to assess difficult-to-predict risks, such as a new coronavirus infection, in terms of concerning the food security of the state.
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