Release:№8 2019. 25.00.00 НАУКИ О ЗЕМЛЕ
About the authors:Eshonov S. M.,
Master’s program student, firstname.lastname@example.org
Today, tourism is a powerful global industry in which huge resources are involved. The paper aims to investigate the status and progress of tourism in Central Asian countries using the example of the Uzbekistan tourism industry with special reference to the country’s tourism infrastructure sectors. The results serve to point out key trends and gaps on which to focus future research on this topic and also they might be useful in formulating public policies and strategies for tourism industry development.
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