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Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 267–281 | Cite as

The investment policy of the railroad sector under reform

  • V. N. Filina
Industries and Interindustry Complexes

Abstract

The feasibility of the railroad sector reaching its long-term development goals and developmental factors and limitations are analyzed against the background of structural changes in the sector. Investment policy, investment attraction mechanisms under limited financial resources, the principles of development of regional investment policies, and regional investment programs and projects are discussed. The sector’s internal development reserves during its investment policy are analyzed.

Keywords

Structural Change International Economic Financial Resource Internal Development Development Goal 
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