• Zarnigor Ramazonova

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Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan, refinancing rates, electronic commerce, SMS-banking, Internet-banking, Mobile-banking, currency basket, exchange rate


In this paper, I examine the relationship between national modernization and diversification in bank system of Uzbekistan. The results of our analysis demonstrates that the cultural modernization and diversification effective use is a factor of ensuring economic growth in the future, the reduction of tax rates has a positive effect on the aggregate supply in the economy, and lead to an increase in the incomes of the population and entrepreneurs, and as a result, to an increase in savings and accumulation of capital.

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