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VOlUME 03 ISSUE 06 JUNE 2020
On the History of the Agro-Industrial Food Complex of Uzbekistan (80-90s of the XX Century)
Izzatilla Mahmudovich Khaydarov
Doctor of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of “History of Central Asian Nations and Source Studies”,Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies
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ABSTRACT

The article describes the formation of the agro-industrial food complex in Uzbekistan by the Soviet government in the 1980s-90s to provide the country with food and agricultural raw materials, as well as the establishment of an agro-industrial food complex in Uzbekistan, and industry impact. The article also addresses the sectors of the agro-industrial food complex related to the production, processing, transportation, storage and sale of agricultural produce, divided into sectors. The study also provides a comparative analysis of the various sources and draws conclusions.

KEY-WORDS

management, industry, centralization, reform, command-administrative management, economy, economy, system, cooperation, law, enterprises.

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