by CHRYSTYNA LAPYCHAK UKRAINIAN AGRICULTURE played a key role in the economy of the Soviet Union – but since the USSR’s dissolution, the agricultural sector in the newly independent state has declined as much as, if not more than, in other former Soviet republics. Reforms in the sector have been particularly slow-moving because of a […]

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