Introducing the most appropriate and effective methodology for agricultural regulation and financial support is one of the leading tasks facing each country. And the properly chosen method on this path will be the groundwork for sustainable development of farms, having a positive impact on their financial results. In addition, it serves the interests of consumers by strengthening steadiness in the agricultural market. Therefore, this article discusses the financial aspects of agricultural development of Uzbekistan, its current problems, and their solutions.
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"THE STATE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR AGRICULTURE IN
UZBEKISTAN: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS,"
International Finance and Accounting: Vol. 2019
, Article 19.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/interfinance/vol2019/iss3/19