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Economic security is equilibrium issue for the investment climate in emerging economies
Vol 2 No 2 (2019): AJEBM
Submitted: May 17, 2019
Published: Jun 23, 2019
Economic development is a key factor for any society. For achievement of the best lifestyle government should cooperate international standards and regulations. In this occasion human development index is the main objectivity of the current paper. Investment, business security, economic balance and macroeconomic stability are considerable development factors of prospective growth. Economic security is well suited to a complex set of factors, through which subjects of different levels win a competitive struggle for resources. Scientists believe that from time immemorial, the migration of peoples was due to climate, geographic and time factor changes influence economic disbalance in world regions. This means that the concept must be regulated and controlled by government. With the present article authors explain economic security in various approaches and necessary requested reforms in Uzbekistan.