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2018 | 98 | 34-45
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The concept of the tourist economic zone. Case of Uzbekistan

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This paper analyses major features of free touristic zones in specific regions of Uzbekistan. Moreover, research focuses on the structural and organizational concepts of free tourism zones to illustrate positive tendencies of this economic term. Furthermore, article makes conclusion while making observe theoretical basis of free economic zones to strategical plan of destinations as whole.
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  • Samarkand Institute of Economics and Service, 9 Amir Temur St, Samarkand 140100, Uzbekistan
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