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Uzbek-Russian Economic Relations and the Impact of the Russian Economic Performance on Uzbekistan's Growth and Foreign Trade

Kakhkharov, Jakhongir (2004): Uzbek-Russian Economic Relations and the Impact of the Russian Economic Performance on Uzbekistan's Growth and Foreign Trade. Published in: Central Asia and the Caucasus No. No. 1(25), 2004 (2004)

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Abstract

The era of dominance of centrifugal forces that followed the break-up of the Soviet Union led to disintegration of the majority of the connections among enterprises and branches of the economies of Russia and Uzbekistan. However, the sense of simple economic expediency, geographical proximity, cultural bonds, and foreign policy agenda made it necessary to restore and develop further economic relations between the countries. Despite notable increase in the share of the rest of the world in Uzbekistan’s foreign trade, Russia's share is big enough to significantly influence the Uzbek economy.

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