CIS Countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia: Comparative Analysis of Logistics

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Authors


Doctor of Economics, professor of logistics and pricing policy
Belarus, Belarusian State Economic University


Belarus, Belarusian State Economic University


Belarus, Belarusian State Economic University


Belarus, Belarusian State Economic University


Belarus, Belarusian State Economic University

Abstract

The article analyzes the logistics services market of the CIS countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia on the basis of the LPI for 2011 and the LPI for 2013. The countries under analysis were divided into 3 groups depending on the logistics services market development. Due to the experts’ survey the strengths and weaknesses of the CIS countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia logistics systems were revealed, the influence of the external environment factors was analyzed, as a result the matrix of the transport-logistics sphere condition of the countries under analysis was built. The authors analyzed the groups of the countries depending on the logistics sphere development.

Keywords

market logistics services, transport and logistics sector, the logistics system, logistics efficiency

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Poleshchuk Irina Ivanovna , Zorina Tatiana Gennadevna , Kuznetcova Tatiana Vitoldovna , Kashnikova Inna Vasilevna , Lavrentev Pavel Aleksandrovich
CIS Countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia: Comparative Analysis of Logistics// Современные технологии управления. ISSN 2226-9339. – #6 (42). Номер статьи: 4209. Дата публикации: . Режим доступа: http://sovman.ru/en/article/4209/

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