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In contemporary business environment when Serbian joining to EuropeanUnion is expected, enterprises competitiveness significantly depends ondetermination and application of appropriate developmental policy. To applydevelopmental policy it is very important to provide appropriate financing sources.Therefore, in this paper is analyzed situation that face most of Serbian fruitproducers. The producers (within their developmental policy) put on first placeconstruction of appropriate coolers. In such a way it is possible to facilitateexpansion to European market and to achieve higher fruit prices. Coolerconstruction requires significant financial resources, thus in the paper have beenanalyzed economic profitability and financial feasibility of such investment.In that sense an example of container cooler for apple storage has been usedas a variant which is the most common in practice. It is determined that coolerconstruction is economically profitable and financially feasible, while most of theinvestment could be financed by commercial bank loans. Construction of suchcoolers would significantly contribute to development of rural areas in Serbia.

Keywords: financing ; investing ; enterprise developmental policy ; ruraldevelopment ; coolers

Subject(s): Community/Rural/Urban Development

Financial Economics

International Relations/Trade

Issue Date: 2009

Publication Type: Journal Article

PURL Identifier: http://purl.umn.edu/245216 Published in: Economics of Agriculture, Volume 56, Number 4 Page range: 589-599

Record appears in: Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade - Serbia > Economics of Agriculture

Economics of Agriculture

Economics of Agriculture





Autor: Ivanovic, Lana ; Milic, Dusan ; Ivanovic, Sanjin

Fuente: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/245216?ln=en







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