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Premium member Presentation Transcript Co-operatives and Agribusiness inUkraine: Co-operatives and Agribusiness in Ukraine Sergiy Shcherbyna Professor Institute of Economics and Law European University, Kyiv, UkraineGeographical Position of Ukraine : Geographical Position of Ukraine Population- 48.5 million people Capital- Kyiv Territory- 603. 700 sq km (233.100 sq mi) Administrative regions: 24 provinces and 1 autonomy republic Climate: temperately continental The main rivers are Dnieper, Dnister, Danube Mineral Resources (iron, manganese, ores, natural gas, salt, graphite, limestone) Slide3: Source: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mapshells/europe/ukraine/ukraine.htmEconomic Areas of Ukraine: Economic Areas of Ukraine The Southwestern Economic Area High population density Developed agricultural sector The engineering industry Valuable woods of the Carpathian forests The Donets- Dnieper Area Rich mineral deposits Heavy industry Cluster of plants producing zinc, mercury, fertilizers, plastics Food production: vegetable oil, meat and milk products, sugar Economic Areas of Ukraine: Economic Areas of Ukraine The Southern Economic Area Shipbuilding Machinery for the power industry Fishing and canning industries Food industry (grape, fruit and vegetable, grape wines) Holiday playground Produces vast amounts of dairy products Economic Reforms in Ukraine : Economic Reforms in Ukraine Transformation from planned- centralized to market-controlled economy Incorporating and privatizing enterprises De-monopolizing and restructuring the economy Liberalizing prices and foreign trade activities Implementing banking reforms Restructuring the agrarian sector Property reforms, developing non-governmental sector Number of agricultural entities in Ukraine appeared after reformation, 2002 : Number of agricultural entities in Ukraine appeared after reformation, 2002 10,933 collective agricultural farms were reorganized Reformed agricultural entities: 1.Farmer’s households 14,730 2.Private farms 2,901 3.Economic partnerships 6,761 4.Agricultural cooperatives 33,254 5.Other agricultural entities 500 Number of food industry enterprises in Khmelnitskiy province, 2003: Number of food industry enterprises in Khmelnitskiy province, 2003 Independent commerce enterprises 107 Cooperatives 59 Agro departments included in the big industrial company 102 Agricultural joint- stock companies 315 Main differences of collective and private farms : Main differences of collective and private farms Collective farms: Small incentive for the members; Have bigger volume of products Private farms: Have high incentive to work Have small volume of product Historical Periods of co-op development in Ukraine: Historical Periods of co-op development in Ukraine Cooperative movement in Ukraine as a part of Russian Empire (1865- 1917) New Economical Policy (NEP) in Soviet period (1921- 1933) “Co-operatives of a new type” in Soviet Union (1933- 1995) “Perestroyka Gorbachev cooperatives” (1988- 1999) Cooperatives of independent Ukraine (1999- present) Private farmers and restructured collective farms in the same cooperative – pros:: Private farmers and restructured collective farms in the same cooperative – pros: Private farmers benefit from the economical weight of collective farm Private farmers bring dynamism and objectives for association Using managerial skills of the best managers of the collective farms in new cooperative structure Private farmers and collective farms in the same cooperative – cons:: Private farmers and collective farms in the same cooperative – cons: Obvious mistrust in relations between collective farms and private farmers Disproportion in size involves managerial problems Private farmers have specific needs Collective farms are more involved in social sphere Main activities of Khmelnitskiy Milk Association : Main activities of Khmelnitskiy Milk Association Presentation the interests of their members Informational support Technological support Legal and judicial support Co-operation development Search of the investors and partners Publication of the information leaflets Organization of the seminars and trainingsGoals performed by a co-op “initiative group”: Goals performed by a co-op “initiative group” Selecting the members Defining the range of activities Defining the total amount and distribution of the share capital Working out the statuteTypes of cooperatives developed in Ukraine: Types of cooperatives developed in Ukraine Warehousing co-ops 1. co-op grain elevators 2. co-op fruit and vegetable ware house Marketing co-ops 1. fruits and vegetables Processing co-ops 1. feed milling 2. milk processing Purchasing 1. consumer co-ops 2. farm supply Credit 1. credit unions Production 1. common property resourcesProblems, faced by small dairy farmers: Problems, faced by small dairy farmers Absence of a milk collecting system No access to selection and breeding services Problems to provide fodder and to balance ratio for the animals Have no financial resources to contribute to a cooperative Low level of understanding the cooperative concept Small dairy farmers are not organized Have little access to information Advantages and disadvantages of involving non- members in co- ops : Advantages and disadvantages of involving non- members in co- ops Advantages 1.More effective use of facilities and equipment 2.Optimal product volume for marketing 3.Discounts for higher volume of purchased inputs 4.Perspectives to involve new members Advantages and disadvantages of involving non- members in co- ops: Advantages and disadvantages of involving non- members in co- ops Disadvantages 1.Non- members are not reliable partners 2.Non- members are not responsible for co-op activity 3.Work with non- members needs additional control 4.Cooperative can loose its main purpose and become an ordinary profit oriented company Founding a dairy cooperative: Founding a dairy cooperative Entrance fee (equal amount or per cow) Capital contribution from each litre of milk sold Premises for an office made available by a Rural Council Office equipment granted by international funds or NGO’sInvestment resources to the dairy cooperative: Investment resources to the dairy cooperative To rent a cooled storage or a dairy truck in exchange for shares A dairy plant can lend cooling equipment Subsidies allocated from district or oblast budget A credit granted under preferential conditions by the Credit Union Services provided by the dairy cooperative: Services provided by the dairy cooperative Milk gathering, cooling, sorting and delivery to a processing plant Negotiating price and terms of payment Supply to the members compound feed, seeds, fertilizers and chemicals at favorable prices Involving oblast breeding services to operate artificial insemination point in a cooperative area Organizing village public pasture and grazing management at the disposal of the cooperative Specialized cooperative : Specialized cooperative Pros: Better experience in building partnership relations with service, processing or trading companies in the sub- sector Management advantages Improved know-how as the means of better performance More possibilities to develop advisory services Cons: Producers need to be members of several co-ops and have less time to be involved in management Multipurpose cooperatives: Multipurpose cooperatives Pros: Can develop complex programs Save time and energy giving an opportunity to be identified with a cooperative Cons: Fixed costs give less economical flexibility If one of the activities in which a co-op is involved face critical problem- the whole cooperative is at risk The main objectives of the training at UW Center for Cooperatives: The main objectives of the training at UW Center for Cooperatives Investigation of the cooperation and integration methods Research of the history and current basis of the regional and federal milk order system Financial management of dairy cooperatives Methods of marketing and advertising for dairy products Comparative analyses of American and Ukrainian cooperative legislation You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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