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Analysis of Uzbekistan's Innovation and Development from the Perspective of Silk Road Economic Belt

Rong Zhao


As an important part of the ancient Silk Road, the economic and trade exchanges between Central Asian countries and China have been strengthened unprecedentedly under the background of new development initiatives. Adjacent to the northwest of Central Asia and China, and an important part outside the Silk Road, Uzbekistan is located in the center of Central Asia, with many neighboring countries communicating with each other, so it is called an important node of the extension of the New Silk Road, a major measure to improve the level of economic cooperation between China and Uzbekistan, and a program to enhance political mutual trust, economic integration, cultural exchanges and coordination and cooperation in bilateral and multilateral fields between China and Uzbekistan. From the perspective of "Silk Road Economic Belt", the economic cooperation between China and Uzbekistan has made remarkable achievements, but at the same time, the problems are outstanding. Uzbekistan's authoritarian politics, weak rule of law and non-traditional security have restricted the in-depth development of economic cooperation between China and Uzbekistan. Therefore, it is necessary to deepen the strategic partnership between China and Uzbekistan, deepen cooperation in economy, trade, logistics and finance, and deepen the platform construction of the Silk Road Economic Belt.


Uzbekistan; Silk Road Economic Belt; Trade

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v7i2.4392