Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 2 - Issue 3 (2) | PP: 95 - 106 Language : العربية
DOI : 10.12816/0040048
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Agricultural investment and the role of supervisory institutions and financial and productive support in achieving food security

Majid Shabani ,
Ahmed bin Khalifa
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
26/4/2017 25/5/2017 17/6/2017 26/6/2017
Abstract
Algeria, like the rest of the Arab countries in our time, suffers from a growing food deficit, as food production is not enough to cover the corresponding consumption, which calls for it to move towards importing from abroad with billions of dollars, and this works to weaken the country’s balance of foreign currencies and increases its indebtedness and economic dependency political and sometimes even cultural. The agricultural sector is considered one of the important productive sectors in any economy, as it represents the main source of income for farmers and food production in all societies, and attention to it on the part of Algeria has become more necessary than before. This study was dealt with through two axes, the first axis was touched upon the concepts of agricultural investment and food security, while the second axis came to shed light on agricultural investment in the state of Ain Defla.


How To Cite This Article
Shabani , M.& Khalifa , A. b. (2017). Agricultural investment and the role of supervisory institutions and financial and productive support in achieving food security . Global Journal of Economics and Business, 2 (3), 95-106, 10.12816/0040048

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