Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


In the article, the author gives different notions about corruption, as well as the consequences that corruption can lead to. Based on numerous studies, the author of the article considered the strategy for combating corruption in 350 Singapore, as well as the beginning of a practical study of the experience of Singapore in Uzbekistan. In conclusion, based on the analysis of the sources, the author gave a conclusion, as well as some recommendations, to strengthen the fight against corruption in Uzbekistan. At the moment, this problem is relevant and requires further, in-depth study

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