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New Stage of Tourism Development in Uzbekistan: Actual Problems and Perspectives

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This paper investigates major points of tourism sector in Uzbekistan while making emphasize on outlook development perspectives. Moreover, the way of tourism advancement with major outcomes and shortcomings are also underlined with the systematic analyses. In addition, socio-economic development of the study with the positive modernization and diversification possibilities were stated in order to conduct probable future investigations in the future. Last but not least, eco-tourism perspective of country has been analyzed and accentuated as one of the most developing direction of tourism as whole.
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  • Tashkent State University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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