Improving The Financial Mechanism Of The Tourism Industry

Khujanazarova Nargis Shohmurodovna


This article explores the importance of tourism industry. The relevance of the proposed research is determined by the fact in modern conditions tourism is extremely important for the development of the economy and social sphere of any country. Uzbekistan, possessing a huge tourist potential, uses only a small part of it. In this regard, the possibilities of replenishing the reserve accounts from income base of budgets of all levels are artificially narrowed, at the same time the outflow of foreign currency from the country is growing.  With an efficiently functioning mechanism for financing the tourism industry.


Tourism industry, financial mechanism, accounts, critical financial situation, problem solving, financial suppliers, economic and social enterprises.

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