The Strategic Priorities of Development of Traditional Crafts of the Northern Indigenous Peoples
The article deals with strategic priorities of development of the northern indigenous peoples and problems of development of new forms of business and business activity of traditional crafts as one of the reserves of diversification of sector-specific oil and gas producing areas. Contents of state support for development of traditional crafts of the northern indigenous peoples: the mechanism, methods and forms of state support and development of entrepreneurship on the basis of the organization of trading stations, as the legal form of the business development initiatives are revealed. The goal of the research is to study promising priority directions of development of traditional crafts of the northern indigenous peoples and to examine the problems of their development. Scientific research aims to study the development of new forms of entrepreneurship initiative traditional crafts of indigenous peoples on the basis of export-oriented economy of northern peoples The products of traditional crafts of the northern indigenous peoples (wild harvest: mushrooms, berries: cranberries, red bilberries, pine nuts, products of reindeer breeding, the skins of beasts, and others) have specific characteristics, in terms of ecology, health and business. These products are well demanded by the market and may well be in demand abroad. The priority directions in the development of export-oriented entrepreneurship and cooperation of wild plants are the Asian and the European markets where natural, organic products having useful properties and which are abundant in the territory of the district are highly valued.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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