INTERNATIONAL LABOR MIGRATION POROCESSES IN UZBEKISTAN

Zulayxo Kadirova

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Abstract. After gaining independence, Uzbekistan carried out economic reforms with profound structural changes in the economy by implementing advanced technologies and equipment into the production process and these factors have provided sustainable growth in the country. Although this creates a good opportunity to resolve the problem of unemployment, the latter still remains one of the critical challenges for the country. The present article is
dedicated to the trends in international labor migration in Uzbekistan under globalized world. The scientific article analyzes the formation and development of labor migration processes in the country from the beginning of 1990s, regulation of labor migration by government, labor export from Uzbekistan to Russian Federation and Korean Republic, as well as it brings forth the conclusions in this field.
Keywords: integration, international labor market, labor migrant, migration in Uzbekistan, illegal migration, labor export, illegal migration.


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