ROLE OF AGRICULTURE IN SPEEDING UP ECONOMIC GROWTH

M. S. Luarsabishvili, N.G. Karkashadze, A.V. Dolidze

Abstract


Careful consideration was given to principal directions of the government assistance in accelerating agrobusiness development in Georgia; attention was focused not only on large but also on medium and small enterprises. One of the ways to solve the problem is to promote cooperatives of different forms and purposes by amalgamation of family farms. Together with structural, organizational and financial support, it is necessary to produce modern agricultural agents locally and launch assembling for small-size machinery and tools.


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