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Foreign Trade of the Republic of Belarus in the International Business Environment

References Buckley, P. (Ed.). (2003). International Business. London: Routledge, DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315199689 . Cooper, R.N. (1972). Trade Policy Is Foreign Policy. Foreign Policy, 9, 18-36. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2307/1148083 . Davydenko, E.L. (2012). Perspektivy rasshireniia uchastiia Respubliki Belarus na mezhdunarodnom rynke tovarov i uslug IKT-sektora (Prospects for Participation Expansion of the Republic of Belarus on the International Market for ICT Goods and Services – in Russian). Public Administration Issues , 2

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A Ten-Year Biomonitoring Study of Atmospheric Deposition of Trace Elements at the Territory of the Republic of Belarus

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For the third time since 2005 atmospheric deposition of trace elements in Belarus was monitored by the moss technique widely used in Europe for air pollution studies. Samples of moss species of Hylocomium splendens and Pleurozium schreberi were collected at 86 sites over the Gomel, Vitebsk and Minsk Regions in the summer of 2015. A total of 30 elements were determined by epithermal neutron activation analysis. Studying of the temporal trends in Belarus was undertaken with the results obtained in previous moss surveys in 2005/2006 and 2010/2011. Comparison with the analogous data from the neighbouring countries showed relatively low contamination levels in Belarus for the most heavy and toxic elements. The results of survey 2010/2011 showed that, except Cr, other element concentrations reduce or are at the same levels.

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Ecological and Faunistic Review of Ground Beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in Gomel Urbocenosis (The Republic of Belarus)

. Niemelä, J., Kotze, D. J. Carabid beetle assamblages along urban to rural gradients: A review // Landscape and Urban Planning. - 2009. - N 92. - P. 65-71. Red Book of the Republic of Belarus (???) Samarchanka, A. S., Krytskaya, A. M., Halinouski, M. H. Carabidocomplexes of neighbourhoods of Gomel Chemical Plant phosphogypsum dumps // Molodyozh’ v nauke. Prilozhenie k zhurnalu Ves’ci Nacyyanal’nay Akademii Navuk Belarusi. - 2010. - 4. - P. 239-241. - Russian : Самарченко А. С., Крицкая А. Н., Галиновский Н. Г. Карабидокомплексы

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The Lichen Genus Cetrelia In Belarus: Distribution, Ecology And Conservation

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Two hundred and ten specimens of Cetrelia collected in Belarus in 1954-2012 were examined based on morphological and chemical characters. Three closely related species of Cetrelia (C. cetrarioides, C. monachorum and C. olivetorum) were identified in this study. The ecological notes and distribution maps of the detected species in Belarus were provided and their conservation status was discussed.

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New data on distribution and ecology of lichen Parmotrema stuppeum (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in Belarus

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The paper presents information about new localities of Parmotrema stuppeum, rare foliose lichen in Belarus. Both earlier known and new localities of the species are discussed. New data on the ecology of P. stuppeum in Belarus are provided.

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History of Polygraph in the Republic of Belarus
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An Overview of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of the Republic of Belarus with the EU and Lithuania

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Foreign trade fosters not only companies but national economies to maximize their gains for the benefit of a better living standard. In developing countries, such as Belarus, the volume of foreign trade depends on the path of liberalization and integration into the trade with the EU. This paper analyzes foreign trade and economic relations between the EU, Lithuania and Belarus.

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Soil classification in Belarus: history and current problems

.N., SMEYAN N.I., ROGOVOY P.P. (eds), 1974, Soils of the Belarusian SSR. BelSRI Soil Science and Agrochemistry, Minsk (in Russian). LANG V., FUCHS M., WALTNER I., MICHELI E., 2013, Soil taxonomic distance, a tool for correlation: As exemplified by the Hungarian Brown Forest Soils and related WRB Reference Soil Groups. Geoderma, 192: 269–276. LAPA V.V., CHERNYSH A.F. (eds), 2017, Atlas of soils of agricultural lands of the Republic of Belarus. Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry, Minsk (in Russian). LUPINOVICH I.S., ROGOVOY P.P. (eds), 1952, Soils

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Comparative Analysis of Future Cooks’ Training in Vocational Institutions in Ukraine and Abroad

-5122-NO.55.3.5-2007 for Training Cooks of Categories 3–6]. Retrieved 19.02.2017 from : http://www.vtec.vn.ua/sites/default/files/page/files/kuhar.pdf . 14. Мумрикова, Г. (2001). Увидеть Париж и… поучиться? [See Paris and ... Learn]. Питание и общество [Nutrition and Society], No 4, pp.15–16 (in Russian). 15. Национальный правовой Интернет-портал Республики Беларусь [National Legal Portal of the Republic of Belarus]. (2016). Образовательный стандарт профессионально-технического образования Республики Беларусь по специальности 3-91 01 51 «Общественное

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Protection of Scots Pine Planting Stock and Forest Plantations against Diseases and Pests in Belarus

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The aim of this research is the monitoring of diseases of Scots pine in the plantings and forest stands in the Republic of Belarus depending on the species composition of pests, their biology and the effectiveness of various methods of plant protection. Significant loss of plants for planting is associated with the spread of pathogens causing damage to seedlings, mainly from the genus Fusarium, Alternaria and Botrytis. The most abundant pests of Scots pine are Coleoptera and Lepidoptera groups representing 16 and 8 species, accordingly. Numerous species represent Curculionidae, Scarabaeidae and Tortricidae family. The main components of an effective system of measures, as an integral part of the technology of growing of planting material of Scots pine in containers, are pre-sowing seed treatment with fungicides, stimulating the growth and development of seedlings. The elaborated system of protective measures of forest plantations is based on the prevalence, phenology of pests, estimation of phytopathogenic load, monitoring of diseases and seasonal climatic conditions.

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