Impact Of Covid-19 Pandemic On Agro-Industrial Complex Development


The global problems of the agro-industrial complex deserve a priority solution, which is primarily due to food security at all levels. Only after the primary needs of the population are met, it makes sense to make any efforts to find options to overcome other obstacles standing in the way of the development of the world economy. The complexity of the current situation in the world is due to the unceasing course of the COVID-19 pandemic. This article provides an analytical overview of the opinions of researchers from different countries and international organizations on the impact of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection on the functioning and development of the agro-industry in the world. Including the advantages and disadvantages of the presented theories are indicated. The authors consider it important to apply a scientific approach to highlighting the classification of the results of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the agricultural sector of the world economy. This study will allow forming a systematic approach to the development of measures to minimize their negative impact, the manifestation of which is observed to the greatest extent than positive. The result of the study is the author's classification of the consequences of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the agro-industrial sector. Given the novelty of the category under consideration, the authors consider it inevitable that further research in this area is necessary.

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Baranova, I. V., Golova, E. E., & Gapon, M. N. (2022). Impact Of Covid-19 Pandemic On Agro-Industrial Complex Development. In D. S. Nardin, O. V. Stepanova, & E. V. Demchuk (Eds.), Land Economy and Rural Studies Essentials, vol 124. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 472-481). European Publisher.