Igor V. Yermakov,
Post graduate, Department of Customs and Commodity Expertise, Moscow State University of food production, Moscow, Russia
V. V. Filatov,
Corresponding Member RANS, Professor, Doctor of Economy, Department of Customs and Commodity Expertise, Moscow State University of food production, Moscow, Russia
M. V. Buzulutskaya,
PhD in Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of General Management, Moscow financial and industrial University «Synergy», Moscow, Russia
Alena N. Romanova,
PhD in Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management, K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of Technologies and Management, The First Cossack University), Omsk, Russia
Purpose of work. The article deals with the issues of food security and foreign economic activity of dairy processing enterprises in the Russian Federation. Materials and methods. For an objective assessment of financial and economic activity, the analysis of the main indicators of the development of the industry in the country is carried out. Data from XNUMX and XNUMX are taken as the study periods. To get a complete picture of the development of the dairy market in the Russian Federation, the level of milk imports since XNUMX has also been studied. Results. The world practice of organizing, managing, and coordinating foreign economic activities of dairy processing enterprises in the Russian Federation demonstrates close cooperation in this area between production enterprises, professional associations, and government agencies. The EU’s experience in regulating the dairy industry is a clear confirmation of this. The result of this interaction is positive. EU dairy enterprises can provide their own citizens with the entire range of dairy products and successfully trade surplus products on the world market. Labor productivity in this industry and the cost of production contribute to this. Undoubtedly, some elements of this approach to the organization of production and its regulation can be used in the Russian Federation. Trade unions and associations of enterprises in the dairy industry of the Russian Federation can take the initiative at all levels of government: regional and Federal. Conclusion. It is also necessary to involve financial and credit organizations, research centers, and the chamber of Commerce and Industry in this activity. Only with the successful cooperation of all interested structures is it possible to achieve a sufficient level of socio-economic security of dairy enterprises.
socio-economic security, enterprises, dairy industry, threats, foreign economic activity.