International Relations: Politics, Economics, Law


The article analyzes the issues of potential accession of Uzbekistan to the World Trade Organization, as well as the possible benefits and risks of this. The author emphasizes the importance of Uzbekistan's participation in reputable international financial and trade-economic institutions, including the WTO, for further deepening structural economic reforms, as well as ensuring the competitiveness of the national economy.

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