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Journal: International scientific journal "Internauka." Series: "Economic Sciences" (Vol.1, No. 51)

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Page : 24-30

Keywords : investments; investment cooperation; cross — border cooperation; personal farms; association;

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The article examines the attraction of foreign investment in the Transcarpathian region within the cross-border region. Investment cooperation with the territories bordering the countries of the European Union — Poland, Romania, and Hungary — is analyzed. Slovakia. It is established that the most intensive cooperation is carried out in the Ukrainian-Hungarian crossborder region. In addition to foreign direct investment, Hungary provides both lending assistance and through Egan Ede's Economic Development Program, strengthening economic, cultural, and historical ties with its border areas. Using statistical methods, the inflow of foreign direct investment in the Transcarpathian region is analyzed. It is established that the total volume of foreign direct investment is 243 million US dollars, including from the countries of the European Union 225.3 million US dollars, which is 92.7% of the total. It is determined that the greatest interest among foreign investors by type of economic activity is as follows: industry — 77.3% (total), wholesale and retail trade — 5.2%, then — transport, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, construction, real estate transactions. The share of Hungarian investments in the Transcarpathian region is most significant among neighboring countries. The possibilities of using the experience of Hungary in the administrative-territorial and land reform and the possibility of applying it in territorial communities are considered. It is proposed to create an association of agricultural producers in the united communities with the participation of farmers, private farms, and foreign investors. The methodology and principles of creating the association are laid down. The study identified factors that hinder the process of investing and improving the investment climate in the cross-border region. The most important is the insufficient development of border infrastructure, inadequate institutional support for investment activities, low quality of human capital, the inertia of border business.

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