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Volume 164, 202311th International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2022)
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Assessment of the impact of transport corridors on the economy of the Eurasian region
Department of Economic Theory of Economics and Management, Admiral Ushakov Maritime State University, 93 Lenin Ave., Novorossiysk, 353924, Russian Federation
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In modern conditions, the economy of the regions of the Russian Federation is in conditions of high uncertainty associated with an unstable political situation. Not having had time to completely eliminate the consequences of the pandemic caused by the spread of coronavirus infection, the regions of Russia are forced to face new circumstances. Respectively, it requires an analysis of the current situation, determination of possible directions of development. At the moment, the conjuncture of regional markets is undergoing significant changes, new political alliances are being formed, and cargo flows are rotating. The article considers the processes of integration and globalization affecting the world economy and the transport industry. The state of the transport infrastructure of the Russian Federation is analyzed: the problems preventing the timely renewal of the transport infrastructure are identified, the assessment of the transport industry of Russia by international organizations is considered, the level of investment activity is studied. The trends of cargo transportation in the Eurasian region have been established. The directions of development of the Eurasian transport corridors are formulated. Thus, it can be concluded that the conducted research is relevant: the Eurasian transport corridors open new opportunities for many regions, producers and investors, as well as for end users of products.
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