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Problems of export of educational services of the Russian Federation

Kuzmina V. M.

DOI: 10.21626/j-chr/2021-1(26)/7
UDK: 378
Article received: 01.04.2021
Article accepted for print: 20.05.2021
trans.date_of_release: 25.05.2021
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Currently, the export of educational services is a global business, which is aimed at making a profit and opportunities to expand cultural and economic ties between countries through the implementation of educational services to “consumers” of the educational services market.


Russian Federation, export of educational services, world education market

This article is available only in the Russian language.

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Kuzmina V. M.

"South-West State University"