RISKS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND THE NEED FOR INSURANCE IN ARMENIA
Agriculture is one of the main sectors of the economy of the Republic of Armenia. The efficiency of agricultural production in the province is mainly due to climatic conditions. For this purpose, first of all, a systematic study should be carried out on the situation in the provinces, the agricultural features of each province, the dangers posed and the agricultural work being carried out. The features of this system are different in different countries, and their study will allow us to find similarities that can be applied in Armenia. Assessing the importance and difficulties of agricultural insurance, it is necessary to introduce an insurance system that equally expresses the interests of both the insured and the insurer. In other words, to neutralize farm risks, insurance companies will not increase their risks, so a reasonable way to balance them is to introduce a state-subsidized agricultural insurance system.
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