Modern migration of Kyrgyzstan population to Russia: social and economic consequences

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Modern population shift of Kyrgyzstan to Russia: social and economic consequences In clause social and economic consequences of outflow of the Russian-speaking population and external labour migration of indigenous population of Kyrgyzstan are considered. Consequences are considered both for Kyrgyzstan, and for Russia to which the basic migratory streams from republic are directed. Negative consequences for Kyrgyzstan are shown to emigration of the Russian-speaking population and benefit from external labour migration of indigenous population. In opinion of the author, inflow of the population from Kyrgyzstan as a whole is favourable to Russia. In the country the cheap legislative labour acts, action of demographic crisis is softened. Between Kyrgyzstan and Russia there is a steady social and economic, demographic interdependence from a migratory exchange of the population.

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U J Ergeshbaev

Osh State University

Email: uranbek65@mail.ru
Osh State University

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