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2018 | 95 | 149-158
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Theoretical basis of service sphere influence on quality and living standard of the population

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This paper makes theoretical analyses on service sphere of Uzbekistan with deep scrutinizes. Moreover, investigations on quality and living standard of the population make possible conclusions over effects on topic. Furthermore, investigations make theoretical suggestions on service field while showing up better recommendations as whole.
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149-158
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  • Samarkand Institute of Economic and Service, 9 Amir Temur Str., Samarkand 140100, Uzbekistan
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