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Saidov Khabibulla Shavkat ogli


In recent times Ensuring the economic development of the country by developing the capital market. The argument that economies may be lagging and that the capital markets may not be providing the needed impetus for financial intermediation and economic progress has been put forward by few number of researchers.

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Saidov Khabibulla Shavkat ogli. (2023). ENSURING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY BY DEVELOPING THE CAPITAL MARKET. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(4), 920–923. Retrieved from https://giirj.com/index.php/giirj/article/view/5060


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