Importance of Uzbekistan NGOs on solution of unemployment problem
AbstractUzbekistan is on the way of transition to the market economy, and much has already done to make the economic and social reforms to work towards creation of a welfare society. It is necessary to note the fact, that the construction of market economy with strong social protection is a priority of all reforms. Therefore, one of the Uzbekistan transition period principles is that the state is the main reformer. It is hard to overestimate state’s domination role as the strong authority should be characterized first of all by execution the state laws on places. At the same time it is necessary to determine key tools to be used in state reforms, both in economic and social fields. The government has powerful tools of influence on economy, they are Central Bank, and Ministries with their various departments and officers on places...........
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