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Title: Pension Insurance System in Ukraine: Main Characteristics, Current State and Prospects for Further Development
Authors: Melnyk, T.
Shalimov, V.
Мельник, Т. А.
Шалімов, В. В.
Keywords: transport
land transport
finance lease
auto financing
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: The Baltic Scientific Journals
Citation: Melnyk, T. Pension Insurance System in Ukraine: Main Characteristics, Current State and Prospects for Further Development / T. Melnyk, V. Shalimov // Proceedings. Journal of Social Research & Behavioral Sciences. - 2020. - Vol. 10. - Iss. 03. - P. 24-29.
Abstract: The transport complex belongs to the strategically important element of regional development, which includes both providing expanded access to public services for the population of remote areas, realizing the tourist potential, and strengthening industrial ties. The purpose of this article is to identify problems and growth areas of the transport sector in the region through the example of the Kirovograd’s one. The tendency of priority development of land transport in the Kirovograd region, specifically automobile, has been confirmed. The key factors which influence on the transport services market development in Ukraine are given, for instance the unsatisfactory technical condition of transport, reduction of traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic, etc. The main problematic aspects of development of the transport complex in the Kirovograd region are substantiated. The main priorities for the development of transport infrastructure in the Kirovograd region are presented. In order to reduce abusive activity in the transport service market the funds transfer network implementation has been suggested. The possibility of using finance lease as a source of funding automotive maintenance during economic crisis is substantiated.
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