Bolgov Vladyslav, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Business Economics, Donetsk National University named after Vasyl Stus, Vinnitsa, Ukraine
STAGES OF UKRAINE’S EURO INTEGRATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
Introduction. Ukraine faces the task of becoming a full-fledged subject of world economic processes, relying on the principles of international law and preserving its interests and its own identity. European integration is an important civilization choice that will shape the direction of political, economic and cultural development of our state, increase its weight as a subject of geopolitical relations for a long time.
Purpose. The purpose of the publication is to study the state of European integration processes in Ukraine, their impact and the development of Ukraine’s strategic priorities in the context of global geopolitical transformations.
Results. European integration has a significantly greater positive impact on the economic and civilization development of Ukraine than the disadvantages it has.
Conclusions. The most important task of economic development for the next years for our country should be considered a decisive complex structural transformation of the economy in order to increase the proportion of high-technology, innovation sector
Keywords: globalization, eurointegration, stages, analysis, export, import, foreign economic activity, economic development.
JEL Classification: F 02; F 15; F 17
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