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AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN MONTENEGRO. Macroeconomic data. SWOT analysis. Agriculture sector in Montenegro. Strenghts Favorable and various agro - climate conditions Preservation of land, water, and air

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Agricultural sector in montenegro

AGRICULTURAL SECTORIN MONTENEGRO


Macroeconomic data

Macroeconomic data


Agriculture sector in montenegro

SWOT analysis

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • Strenghts

  • Favorable and various agro - climate conditions

  • Preservation of land, water, and air

  • Big idle area of arable agricultural land (0.80hectare agricultural and 0.29 hectare arable landper capita);

  • Existence of a large number of Montenegrin

    products with export potential;

  • Market existence – local and tourist request;

  • Stable currency;

  • Favorable law frame foreign capital arrival;

  • Availability of the Work force.

  • Traditional pursuit with agriculture;


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SWOT analysis

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • Weaknesses

  • Technological standstill

  • Low level of domestic accumulation

  • Small sizes of agricultural husbandries

  • Poor infrastructure

  • Insufficient manufacturing capacities and finalization of product

  • Long standing shut from international market

  • Insufficient professional education of agricultural manufacturers

  • Understanding agriculture as add-in activity

  • Complicated approach to credit capital

  • Non-entity of competent council office

  • Undefined marketing strategy


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SWOT analysis

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • Opportunities

  • Initiating cooperative relations to exceed the problems of the informational unbalance;

  • Joining together agriculture and tourism;

  • Standardization with WTO and EU;

  • Initiating production specialization of some authentic products;

  • Concept of Montenegro as an ecological state and

    producer of genetically unmodified food;

  • Attract foreign investments in agricultural sector.


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SWOT analysis

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • Threats

  • Competition of highly subvention foreign products;

  • PDV concept that seriously loads product liquidity


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Objectives

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • Reduce the state’s role in agriculture and lower common transaction costs;

  • To intensify the usage of international standards in agricultural activity;

  • To liberalize export – import regime;

  • To develop and recuperate cooperative relations through the Agricultural Producers Association

  • To intensify the promotion of agricultural products in Montenegro;

  • To improve accessibility of statistical data about agricultural production;

  • Defining status of agricultural producers and their professionalism.


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Institutional ambient of agricultural sector

Agriculture sector in Montenegro

  • In the period from 2000-2005, Montenegro adopted several laws that regulate the area of agriculture.

  • Law on Olive Production

  • Law on Marine Fishing

  • Law on Veterinary

  • Law on Organic Agriculture

  • Law on Tobacco

  • Law on Wine, Brandy and Other Alcoholic Beverages


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